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Nigel de Jong insists he does not regret his horror challenge on Spain's Xabi Alonso in the World Cup final.
The Manchester City midfielder caught Alonso in the chest in the final with a kung-fu kick in South Africa, and referee Howard Webb has since admitted he should have sent him off.
However, De Jong insists he never intended to hurt Alonso and that he has come back to Manchester City a better player as a result of his World Cup exploits.
"I don't regret anything. I never intended to hurt him," De Jong told the Sunday Mirror.
He added: "And after such a great World Cup I came back to the dressing room of Manchester City as a different player. Well, that's how it felt.
"I had just played in the final of the World Cup. It gives you a different status.
"The lads at City said they were impressed with the Dutch team's performances out there in South Africa. That was really nice."
Sky Sports pundit Tony Gale believes Gary Cahill has emerged as England's most important defender ahead of the World Cup.
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Ajax coach Ronald de Boer has warned potential suitors they must pay good money to sign Christian Eriksen.
Germany coach Joachim Low was satisfied with the way his players bounced back against Holland on Wednesday night.
Holland and Germany played out a low-key goalless draw in their friendly at the Amsterdam ArenA on Wednesday night.
Joachim Low hopes some of Germany's less familiar faces take their chance to shine against Holland.
Robin van Persie has pulled out of the Holland squad to play Germany on Wednesday night because of a thigh injury.