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Daniel Sturridge needs to improve decision-making to become a 'top, top player', says Ryan Giggs as Ian Wright insists England were lucky not to lose to Slovenia in 2018 World Cup qualifier

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Daniel Sturridge must improve his decision-making if he wants to become a world class striker and occupy a regular position in the England team, according to Ryan Giggs.
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