And he said of the death threats made against Sanchez: 'As a brother who has gone through this, I know what must be going through their heads, and I wouldn't want anyone to go through that.
The Leicester forward came on as a substitute in last night's win over Colombia but injured his groin during the game and the Telegraph reports that he got an injection after the game.
"So, yes, of course some keepers are 6ft 6in, but they have attributes that they're not so good at".
And Alex was more than a little surprised to wake up this morning and see his face in the national press.
"Well done to your Man, he was awesome and shut up all the idiots who wrongly criticised him last game!"
"It was a top-class save".
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"'We had to make a couple of changes because of injuries during the extra-time period", said Gareth Southgate after the game.
"His athleticism around goal is excellent and again he executed the planning in the penalty shootout".
'I would have caught it. Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville, who also formed part of the England coaching team at Euro 2016, described Pickford's attempt to stop Januzaj's strike as "a bit strange". Even after Tuesday's success, he admitted his miss in the Euro 1996 semi-final on home soil against Germany will live with him forever.
While Pickford is now England's number one goalkeeper after a season in the Premier League with Everton following a move from Sunderland, it did not stop Thibaut Courtois mocking him when asked by Belgian website Voetball24.
For once England could at least start a shootout with full confidence that one of their takers would find the net.
Pickford's heroics in goal sent social media into meltdown, which included people unearthing his brilliant Tweets from way back.