Leeds United defender Luke Ayling has sent a message to Kalvin Phillips on Twitter for his performance for England tonight.
England have eased past Ukraine 4-0 in Rome in the quarter-finals of Euro 2020.
Leeds ace Phillips started the match alongside West Ham United ace Declan Rice in midfield.
The 25-year-old had been playing well for England at the European Championship, and he had yet another good game tonight.
Phillips played one key pass, had a pass accuracy of 88.9%, took 30 touches, and made one interception.
England head coach Gareth Southgate decided to take off the Leeds star in the 65th minute.
A booking tonight would have seen Phillips miss the semi-final game against Denmark.
Moreover, England were cruising at that stage.
There was no point in keeping Phillips on the pitch and take the risk of the midfielder picking up a yellow card.
Leeds defender Ayling was following the game, and he sent a message to Phillips on Twitter when he got substituted.
Ayling urged his Leeds teammate to get his feet up and prepare for the semi-final against Denmark.