It's been a tough week for the England camp following a sombre 0-0 draw against Scotland at Wembley on Friday night, but England are preparing for their crunch game against the Czech Republic.

After a 1-0 win over Croatia in the opening game of the tournament, England failed to create any clear-cut-chances against Scotland during a goalless draw. Star striker Harry Kane is yet to have a shot on target in the tournament and with England struggling, talk is now all around how they're going to improve.

In a training video posted by the England team's official Twitter account, Manchester United defender Harry Maguire showed that could be the right man to offer a new alternative up front.

In a small-sided drill, Maguire picked up the ball after some good passing exchanges from his team before tucking the ball past the goalkeeper with a fine no-look finish.

Fans were quick to react to the video, with some suggesting that England have been playing the wrong Harry up front the entire time.

Maguire was expected to feature against Scotland after overcoming an ankle injury picked up playing for Manchester United against Aston Villa in May. But with the game tight, Southgate opted not to bring him off the bench.

He is likely to return for the game against the Czech Republic alongside John Stones and if he can add to his three international goals so far it won't come a second too soon.