Tyrone Mings Reveals He Sought Help From A Psychologist Before Playing For England Against Croatia At Euro 2020

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Tyrone Mings has admitted that he need therapy during England’s Euro 2020 campaign, claiming that his mental health had ‘plummeted’ prior to the team’s first match against Croatia. In the Three Lions’ first two group games against Croatia and Scotland, the Aston Villa defender filled in for the injured Harry Maguire.

Mings has said that going into the Croatia game, ’90-95 percent’ of the country had ‘doubts’ about him, which Gareth Southgate’s side won 1-0.

‘I did have a difficult time in the lead-up to the opening game against Croatia,’ Mings admitted, according to the Sun.

‘I suppose I’m more resistant to outside pressures now, but my mental health has deteriorated.’ And I’m not ashamed to acknowledge it because heading to that game, there were so many unknowns about me.

Source: Daily Mail

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