England’s manager says Sterling in particular failed to “hit the heights” he was capable of.
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Toothless England extended their unbeaten run to 10 games with a tame 0-0 friendly draw against Ireland Sunday but their fans were praised for respectful behavior two decades after the last Dublin game between the teams ended in a riot.A subdued Rooney remained on 47 goals for England, two behind Bobby Charlton's record mark.Strikers Daryl Murphy failed to convert Ireland's best first-half opportunities, striking the ball narrowly past Joe Hart's goal early in the game and heading wide.
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