Experienced goalkeeper, Joe Hart, was left out of the squad for Russia, as was Arsenal midfielder, Jack Wilshere, who between them have been capped more than 100 times.
The two sides got their 2018 campaigns off to a flying start with a pulsating contest from start to finish, although it took until the 63rd for either to break the deadlock when Jack Wilshere lashed home his first Premier League goal since…
The Frenchman however said the midfielder’s future at the club could hinge on the financial terms of the deal
Both players are out of contract in the summer and have been the subject of repeated speculation that they may leave
Wilshere, who spent last season on loan at Bournemouth before sustaining season-ending leg injury in April, returned to action for Arsenal in their Europa League opener against FC Cologne in September.
Wilshere is facing a race to prove his fitness after scans revealed he had suffered a hairline fracture to the top of his left foot in a challenge with Daniel Agger 12 minutes into England's 1-0 win against Denmark on Wednesday