Former Hull City’s Jarrod Bowen is forcing himself straight into the World Cup after a fantastic season for West Ham in the Premier League and Europa League, according to former Arsenal Premier League winner Nigel Winterburn.
Bowen has been one of the impressive performances throughout the Premier League campaign, producing one of his typical eye-catching performances in the 2-2 draw with Manchester City a week ago, scoring both Hammers’ goals at the Olympics. stadium.
City fans have been buzzing about Bowen’s performances for David Moyes’ Hammers, and there is a growing outcry about seeing the ex-tiger called up to England’s squad by Gareth Southgate ahead of this winter’s World Cup in Qatar.
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This is how Bowen’s form has been, Winterburn believes the 25-year-old has stuck himself in the shop window and over the regular team members Marcus Rashford, Bukayo Sako and Jadon Sancho, and says he deserves more of a place in Southgate’s setup.
“Jarrod Bowen has had an incredible season and I would be surprised if he is not in the preliminary squad for the World Cup,” he said. Paddy Power . “For a player like him, the key statistics are goals and assists, and he’s had a sensational season and he should be in England’s squad for the World Cup.
“It’s different this time because we are not assessing his form now for a summer World Cup, we will look at the start of next season for that World Cup until the Premier League stops in November. That period will be crucial but if he repeats this season’s form at the start of next season, there’s no way I can not see him being in the starting squad.
“He’s going to throw himself at some of the players in his position like Rashford, Sancho and Saka.”