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Roy Hodgsons England take on Australia on Friday night - 13 years after a shock defeat to the Socceroos at West Hams Boleyn Ground. Cheap Josh Norman Jersey . Harry Kewell inspired the visitors to a 3-1 victory in February 2003, as England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson fielded a different side in each half.Current England captain Wayne Rooney made his debut in that friendly and will feature at the Stadium of Light this week when the sides meet again. But what happened next for the other 21 players who played for England that day? We take a look at the contrasting career paths of the England players who lost to Australia...David JamesStarted against Australia - his 11th England cap - before going on to amass 53 caps in total. Recently enjoyed a stint as player-manager of Indian Super League side Kerala Blasters, before returning to the UK to be a television pundit.Paul RobinsonOne of several debutants, Robinson came off the bench to complete 45 minutes in an England shirt for the first time. He is probably best known for a high-profile error in a damaging 2-0 defeat to Croatia in a Euro 2008 qualifier. The 36-year-old was part of Burnleys squad during the second half of their 2015-16 Championship-winning season, although he did not play.Danny MillsBest known for his time in a talented Leeds side, Mills surprisingly never represented his country at Wembley despite winning 19 caps - a record for an England player in the modern era. Now works as a pundit and co-commentator on radio and TV. Harry Kewell of Australia battles with Rio Ferdinand and Paul Scholes Rio FerdinandOne of the most decorated defenders in living memory, Ferdinand was powerless to stop Australia springing a surprise. The 37-year-old retired from playing last year and now works as a TV pundit.Wes BrownReplacing United team-mate Ferdinand, Brown came on for one of 23 caps. A bit-part player for England, his appearances are spread over an 11-year period. Brown is still playing for Sunderland.Sol CampbellHaving formed a formidable partnership with Ferdinand, Campbell played an integral part in creating a solid-looking England. After retirement in 2012, Campbell turned his attention to politics, unsuccessfully campaigning to be the Conservative candidate to become Mayor of London. Sol Campbell , Frank Lampard and Michael Owen dejected after an Australia goal Ledley KingA one-club man with Tottenham, King suffered an injury-plagued career, meaning he can only lay claim to 23 England caps, despite possessing a wealth of ability. The Australia defeat was Kings second cap for England. After retiring in 2012, King continues to represent Spurs at ambassadorial level.Ashley ColeThe most-capped full-back in England history with 107 appearances, Coles international career was very much in its infancy when the men from Down Under were in town. Cole now plays alongside Steven Gerrard at LA Galaxy.Paul KoncheskyA surprise debutant, Konchesky replaced Cole at left-back to earn one of two England caps. The 36-year-old is still playing, having completed the 2015/16 campaign with QPR.David BeckhamEngland captain Beckham completed 45 minutes on his 57th international appearance. Hed go on to win a total of 115 caps for his country and after retiring in 2013 at PSG, the former Manchester United, Real Madrid, AC Milan and LA Galaxy midfielder remains one of the most marketable figures in the world.  David Beckham is floored during Englands friendly defeat to Australia Owen HargreavesDespite numerous injuries hampering his chances of success, Hargreaves went on to win 42 England caps, impressing most at the 2006 World Cup. He now works as a television pundit and co-commentator.Frank LampardAnother England centurion to start in Upton Park, Lampard offered very little attacking threat in his 45-minute cameo. The former Chelsea star is still playing in the MLS with New York City.Danny MurphyCompeting with the likes of Paul Scholes, Lampard and Gerrard, Murphy could only muster nine caps in his career, making only two more after his appearance against Australia. He now works as a pundit and co-commentator for TV and radio.Paul ScholesNot one of the highlights of an otherwise impressive international career, Scholes did have a goal ruled out in a disappointing first half. He is another who works as a TV pundit. Jermaine Jenas made his England debut and marked it with an assist Jermaine JenasAnother debutant, Jenas was a rare bright spark at the Boleyn Ground, earning an assist for Englands goal. The 33-year-old went on to make 20 more appearances on the international stage. Jenas is also a television and radio pundit.Kieron DyerA player dogged by injuries, Dyer enjoyed a 45-minute run out here. Dyer is not active in the footballing world, but made a recent appearance on a popular reality TV show.Darius VassellOften forgotten by football fans of this generation, Vassell actually scored six times in an England shirt, but couldnt muster a goal on a forgettable night. He retired in January, having been without a club since 2012.James BeattieIn one of only two starts on the international stage, Beattie failed to impress and was another who was subbed at half-time. After a unsuccessful spell as manager of Accrington, Beattie coached at Swansea under Garry Monk, but left after Monk was dismissed. He is now a director of a sports recruitment company. Francis Jeffers scored for England but never earned a second international cap Francis JeffersEnglands goalscorer on a frustrating night, Jeffers appearance at West Ham proved his first and last, therefore finishing with an impressive international goals-per-game ratio! His career petered out after such promising beginnings, and he is now coaching at Everton where his career began.Michael OwenLiverpool were in the middle of falling out of contention in the 2002-03 Premier League title race, and such a dip in form was affecting star striker Owen, who looked shorn of confidence when missing two chances against the Aussies. Now a successful owner and breeder of racehorses, Owen also works as a TV pundit and co-commentator.Wayne RooneyA momentous day for the then-rookie Rooney, as the Everton starlet become the youngest player to pull on the England jersey since James Prinsep in 1879 when taking the field. Recently overtook Sir Bobby Charlton to become all-time England top goalscorer, and will lead England as skipper at Euro 2016. 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His place in those pinstripes? Tanaka seems to have a different take than most everyone else. "No, I dont feel that Im the ace," he said Saturday through a translator. Tanaka shut down Joe Mauer and the other Minnesota hitters while lowering his AL-best ERA to 2.06, and Brian McCann lined a go-ahead double in the eighth inning Saturday that sent the New York Yankees over the Twins 3-1. Tanaka (8-1) permitted only an unearned run in eight innings. The heralded rookie from Japan gave up four singles, just two leaving the infield. Tanaka struck out nine, giving him 88 in 78 2-3 innings. The 25-year-old righty is fanning more batters in the big leagues than he did back home before getting a $155 million, seven-year contract from the Yankees. "Its probably the guys here havent seen me," he said. Tanaka walked two and bounced two wild pitches. But he was especially sharp against Mauer, the three-time AL batting champion. Mauer, who faced Tanaka in spring training, struck out on three pitches in the first inning with a runner on third. Mauer fanned on four pitches with runners on second and third in the third, then tapped into a double play and later grounded out. "Guys said the ball was just disappearing," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. "His splitter is unbelievable, hes got all the pitches." "And we also saw that hes very competitive. A few times you could see him yelling at himself, hes very competitive," he said. Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira left in the sixth because of soreness in his surgically repaired right wrist, the same problem that forced him to miss three games this week. Manager Joe Girardi said Teixeira was expected to miss two more games. "Our feeling, right now, is that its going to be short term," Girardi said. It was 1-all when Jacoby Ellsbury singled with one out in the Yankees eighth off Brian Duensing (1-2). Ellsbury stole second, and continued to third when catcher Joosmil Pintos throw from his knees went into centre field for an error. Cheap Redskins Jerseys. In light showers, Brian Roberts walked and McCann hit an RBI double over leaping first baseman Chris Parmelee into the right-field corner. Following a 34-minute rain delay, Kelly Johnson drove in a run with an infield single. David Robertson pitched the ninth for his 12th save. Minnesota has lost seven of nine. Yangervis Solarte homered for the Yankees first run. Tanaka and Twins starter Kevin Correia both escaped early trouble, and nobody pitched a perfect 1-2-3 inning until the seventh. Brian Dozier grounded the first pitch of the game off Johnsons glove at third base for an error, moved up on a wild pitch and scored on Josh Willinghams two-out single. Correia got out of a bases-loaded, no-out jam in the first when he struck out Teixeira and got McCann to bounce into a double play. Solarte homered in the fourth, giving the rookie infielder a team-leading 26 RBIs. Solarte singled with two outs and the slow-footed McCann on second in the sixth. McCann was held at third as strong-armed right fielder Oswaldo Arcia fielded the ball and threw home, and Solarte was thrown out trying to take second. Arcia had two assists in Friday nights 6-1 win. NOTES: Twins rookie CF Danny Santana was out of the lineup, a day after he needed seven stitches to close a cut on his left eyelid. He was hurt when his batting helmet flew off during a headfirst slide and bounced up to hit him in the face. "We have to be guarded here," Gardenhire said. ... Gardenhire won a replay challenge in the third, and Eduardo Escobar wound up with an infield hit. ... Former Yankees All-Star Phil Hughes (5-1, 3.23) faces his former team Sunday. Rookie Chase Whitley (0-0, 2.57) starts for New York. ... Derek Stepan, Ryan McDonagh and Derick Brassard of the New York Rangers were in the crowd, and got big cheers when shown on the videoboard. The Rangers are in the Stanley Cup final. ... The Twins were trying for their fourth straight win at Yankee Stadium, having won their final two games at the park last year and again Friday. The last time Minnesota won four in a row in the Bronx was 1968. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' ' 

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