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Wolves ace lauded for latest international display, 'made everything look extremely easy'

Wolves defender Conor Coady won his sixth senior England cap on Sunday night.

The 28-year-old started for Gareth Southgate’s side in their World Cup qualifier against Andorra.

England ran out 4-0 winners at Wembley, with three of the goals coming in the second half.

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Jesse Lingard bagged a brace, Harry Kane netted from the penalty spot and Bukayo Saka wrapped up the scoring late on.

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Coady, playing at centre-back along Tyrone Mings, delivered a solid performance, barely giving the opposition a sniff.

The Wolves ace, playing for England in front of a crowd for the first time, even came close to scoring with an audacious overhead kick.

And several media outlets were eager to sing the £62,000-a-week man’s praises.

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90Min gave Coady 7 out of 10 and wrote: “Barely tested.

“He made everything look extremely easy, not giving Andorra a sniff all evening.”

The Telegraph, awarding the Molineux man the same rating, wrote: “Scissor-kick went just over the bar.

“As the match wore on he did well with his range of passing from the back.”

“Proud day for popular defender, making his first England appearance in front of a crowd,” wrote the Daily Mail, also awarding 7 out of 10.

“Almost marked it in stunning style with a first-half overhead kick.”

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