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Joe Gomez named man of the match on first England start

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  • Liverpool owe Charlton when Joe Gomez makes first competitive England start
  • Reds had signed Joe Gomez from the Addicks for £3.5million back in 2015
  • The 20-year-old made his full international debut against Brazil for England 
  • Payment of £250,000 will be owed if he makes start at World Cup in Russia 

By Sami Mokbel for the Daily Mail

Published: 17:30 EST, 14 November 2017 | Updated: 19:12 EST, 14 November 2017

Liverpool will have to pay Charlton £250,000 if Joe Gomez continues to star for England after he made his full England debut against Brazil.

Two years ago, Liverpool bought Gomez from the south London club for a bargain £3.5million. The deal included a clause for a further quarter of a million pounds, should Gomez start for the national side in a competitive fixture.

And while that clause wasn't triggered on Tuesday evening when the 20-year-old played the full 90 minutes during England's 0-0 draw at Wembley, it will be should he start any game for Gareth Southgate's side in Russia next summer.

Joe Gomez was man of the match for England having helped nullify Brazil at Wembley
Joe Gomez was man of the match for England having helped nullify Brazil at Wembley

Joe Gomez was man of the match for England having helped nullify Brazil at Wembley

Gomez was part of an England back three that kept the likes of Neymar at bay 
Gomez was part of an England back three that kept the likes of Neymar at bay 

Gomez was part of an England back three that kept the likes of Neymar at bay 

On the evidence of Gomez's performance it looks more than likely the League One side will not have to wait long for the pay out, with the 20-year-old having put in a man of the match showing.

The centre back helped neutralise an attacking threat included Neymar, Gabriel Jesus and Reds team-mate Philippe Coutinho.

Gomez was left satisfied with his debut, telling ITV after the game: ‘We put in a good shift and we're happy with that. It's a great honour, I'll keep trying to improve and hopefully more of these days will come.’

Gomez has become a regular for Liverpool, playing 12 times this season, and made his international bow last week, coming on as a substitute in the 0-0 draw with Germany.

 

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