Jordan Henderson has become the latest England player to express fears over his family attending matches after they were caught up in “horrific” scenes outside the Euro 2020 final and last season’s Champions League equivalent. The Liverpool captain revealed how his wife and two young daughters had to escape the carnage ahead of England’s defeat to Italy last summer through a side door, and says his dad told him he was “done” going to games following the treatment of Liverpool fans in Paris around June’s meeting with Real Madrid. Having recovered sooner than expected from a hamstring strain, Henderson is part of the England squad for this month’s Nations League matches against Italy and Germany.
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