John Stones believes Man City repeat treble this season

Manchester City’s John Stones has set his sights on making history with England at Euro 2024. The defender believes that the team’s recent ability to score crucial late goals and seamlessly switch formations has unlocked new potential for the latter stages of the tournament.

Stones emphasized the transformative effect of Jude Bellingham’s 95th-minute equalizer against Slovakia, noting it has boosted the squad’s morale and instilled a fear factor among their opponents. “It’s a powerful tool,”

Stones said. “Knowing we can pull off something big in the dying moments gives us immense confidence.”

England has been working on a tactical switch to a three-man backline, especially with Marc Guehi’s suspension. Stones feels this adaptation, which has roots in their previous tournaments, could be crucial.

“We’ve done it before against Germany in Euro 2020 and during the 2018 World Cup,” he recalled.

“Switching formations is something we can do effortlessly, and it’s a great asset.”

Reflecting on their victory over Slovakia, Stones highlighted the importance of resilience. “Winning in tough situations, even when not playing our best, shows our strength. It’s about generating positive momentum,” he added.

Stones also shared the importance of team debriefs, which help the squad analyze and improve their performance. “Reviewing matches gives us a clearer perspective and helps us see areas for improvement,” he explained.

With a focus on continuing to excite the nation and striving for excellence, Stones and his teammates are determined to push their limits and make their mark in Euro 2024. “We’re ready to give our all and make history,” he concluded.

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