Jack Wilshere feels England can learn from opponents such as Chile, after their defeat to the South Americans on Friday.
Tottenham winger Andros Townsend reckons England learned much in their 2-0 reverse to Chile on Friday at Wembley.
Roy Hodgson accepted responsibility for England's 2-0 defeat to Chile, admitting he took a 'risk' with his line-up.
England manager Roy Hodgson insisted his side would learn the lessons from the 2-0 friendly defeat to Chile at Wembley.
Jermain Defoe concedes that England found the going difficult against a 'clever' Chile side at Wembley on Friday.
Frank Lampard believes England can take positives from their defeat to Chile and will learn from the mistakes they made.
Frank Lampard praises England's debutants despite their 2-0 loss to Chile at Wembley.
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England suffered defeat in their first 2014 World Cup preparatory game, with Alexis Sanchez earning Chile a 2-0 win.
England manager Roy Hodgson has made eight changes to his side for Friday's friendly against Chile at Wembley.
Wayne Rooney is determined to help England win a major trophy and insists he is 'proud' to play for his country.
Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo cannot wait to play against England at Wembley.
England defender Ashley Cole has been warned by Roy Hodgson that his position in the side is by no means secure.
Southampton's stars can force their way into Roy Hodgson's World Cup plan, says Jamie Redknapp.
Chile boss Jorge Sampaoli has told his side their World Cup bid starts against England at Wembley on Friday.
Frank Lampard has praised the impact the young English players have had on the squad.
England striker Rickie Lambert has been ruled out of Friday's friendly international against Chile at Wembley.
Kevin Phillips hails Southampton's England new boys - but says they'll feel pressure to perform.
Frank Lampard will captain England in the absence of Steven Gerrard for Friday night's friendly against Chile.
Manchester United and England defender Phil Jones is refusing to change his all-action style of play.
Mourinho, Terry and Costa played their parts perfectly in the Capital One Cup final, writes Adam Bate.