Roy Hodgson rules the day with super substitutions in win against Wales

England manager Roy Hodgson proved his mettle today after masterminding the Three Lions’ 2-1 win over Wales in the group game at Euro 2016.

The Three Lions struggled to impress in the first half of the game with Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling failing to impose themselves in the game.

Every England fan feared the worst when Gareth Bale gave the 1-0 lead to Wales in the first half. However, Hodgson rose up to the occasion and made two half-time substitutions in the form of Jamie Vardy and Daniel Sturridge replacing Kane and Sterling.

Both Vardy and Sturridge scored second-half goals to win three crucial points for the Three Lions and, at least for now, Twitter is in awe of Hodgson.

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