Ryan Giggs says Daniel Sturridge must improve his decision-making if he wants to be considered a world-class striker.
The Liverpool hitman failed to find the back of the net during England’s disappointing 0-0 draw against Slovenia last night prompting the former Manchester United ace, who was a pundit for ITV’s coverage of the match, to suggest that he needs to up his game to hold down a regular place in the England starting XI.
Giggs said: “I played with Sturridge at the Olympics [in 2012 for Great Britain].
“He has everything. He’s got a good touch, good finisher, he’s quick, he can run the channels but to be a top, top player … decision-making. You have to make the right decisions.
“You have to make the right decisions more often than you make bad decisions.
“Today there were just too many bad decisions.”
Sturridge was replaced by Manchester United youngster Marcus Rashford in the 82nd minute.