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Arsenal’s Theo Walcott: Why I Love the World Cup [video]
Judging by England’s friendlies so far in the build-up to the World Cup, the Three Lions will sorely miss Theo Walcott.
The Arsenal flyer would undoubtedly be in Brazil with England had he not picked up a serious knee injury in January.
So, it can’t have been easy for Walcott to describe why he loves the World Cup in the Sky Sports video above.
Walcott pinpoints the vociferous England support at World Cups and then Michael Owen’s famous goal for England versus Argentina in 1998.
Interestingly, Walcott describes himself as a Liverpool fan during the video.
Predictably, the Arsenal and England star predicts a quarter-final penalty shoot-out defeat for the Three Lions this summer in Brazil…
- Updated: June 8, 2014