‘Walker’s defining characteristic, after pace, is stupidity’ – England defender blasted

And that is why Tottenham sold Kyle Walker to Manchester City.— Matthew Spencer (@mattyspencah) June 18, 2018 Kyle “I’ve grown so much under Guardiola” Walker. Prove it. #WorldCup— 🌻 Vicky 🌻 (@Veekeeee25) June 18, 2018 Walker blatantly smacking bul in the face allowing Tun the chance to equalize, why you should have him out wide n not in the back 3 🤷🏾‍♂️— Silky Johnson (@1DERBrown) June 18, 2018 Kyle “he’s got a brainfart in em” Walker— Dubspurs (@Dubswede) June 18, 2018 I know Walker said he didn’t like playing DC, but does he have to go so far to get out of doing it again? #ENGvsTUN #WorldCup18— flipsix3 (@flipsix3_FM) June 18, 2018 Kyle Walker is a truly brilliant footballer,The Manchester City star, signed from Tottenham last summer, is the epitome of the modern-day full-back; fast, full of stamina, and great in attack as well as defence. Kyle Walker always finds a way to do something dumb #ENGvsTUN— Aria Ghajar (@Aria_Ghajar) June 18, 2018 However, he is prone to the occasional lapse of concentration, or, to describe it slightly better, an occasional moment of madness while on a football pitch.And Walker had one of these mad moments on Monday evening, when England were on top of Tunisia in Volgograd.The Three Lions were a goal to the good after Harry Kane scored his first ever World Cup strike, when Walker – who plays as a centre-back in Gareth Southgate’s three-at-the-back system – decided to concede a penalty.Sure, it was quite soft, but Walker’s arm was raised in the area and he turned it towards and made contact with Fakhreddine Ben Youssef, and in the laws of the game, that is not allowed.Ferjani Sassi ran up and netted the resultant spot kick to tie the game, and Walker was the subject of much criticism on social media in the immediate aftermath of his, ahem, questionable showing… I’d never have played Walker after his interview last week when he moaned about playing at CB. He’s lost it in his head. Doesn’t wanna play there.— 17/46 for safety in 18-19 Season (@PNEAKTE) June 18, 2018 Oh, Kyle… what have you done? Oh yeah Walker, I forgot about his world class defending in all of the positivity… #ENGTUN— James Beattie (@JamesRBeattie) June 18, 2018 1 Don’t think that’s a pen but Walker’s defining characteristic, after pace, is stupidity. The former often rescues him from the latter. #thfc— Rob Davies (@ByRobDavies) June 18, 2018

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