sport news Kyle Walker offers bleak assessment of his England future after his red card

'I am probably near the end of my international career': Kyle Walker offers bleak assessment of his England future after his red card in dramatic late victory against Iceland Kyle Walker fears his England career could be over after red card against Iceland The Man City defender was awarded his second yellow card for a reckless tackle He was hoping to earn his 50th cap but admitted he is 'near the end of career' 

By James Sharpe For The Mail On Sunday

Published: 23:49 BST, 5 September 2020 | Updated: 23:49 BST, 5 September 2020

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Kyle Walker fears his England career could be over after he was sent off in the dramatic late victory over Iceland.

The Manchester City defender started his first game for his country in over a year but was shown a second yellow card following a reckless sliding tackle.

Walker was hoping to pick up his 50th England cap against Denmark on Tuesday night but will now be suspended and, with competition from the likes of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Kieran Trippier and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, he knows his time could be up.

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