Chelsea defender Gary Cahill has revealed the result of the 2015 Community Shield will not have an impact on the club’s season.The Premier League winners face FA Cup holders Arsenal at Wembley on Sunday with managers Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger already involved in a war of words.But Cahill has insisted the result, whether it be victory or defeat, will not make a difference to their season as they look to retain the title.“It won’t have an impact on the season as a whole, but it’s a marker,” he said.“Every time you take to the field you want to win the game. It’s a big game, against a local rival and good opposition. It will be a good test for us.” 1 Chelsea defender Gary Cahill
England star Dele Alli has revealed he would love to get one over Luka Modric again in Wednesday’s World Cup semi-final, having left the Croatia captain red faced before he’d even made his competitive debut for Tottenham. Dele Alli spoke to the media on Monday ahead of England’s World Cup semi-final against Croatia 2 And, ahead of Wednesday’s semi-final in Moscow, the England man recalled the incident which saw Modric brand him ‘a little bugger’.“I remember it… he said something,” Alli recalled with a smile.“I always enjoy a good nutmeg. I didn’t shout ‘megs’. I have never done that, even in training. Some people when they nutmeg someone, they call it, but it’s never been something I’ve done.”Asked if a repeat performance was on the cards, he said: “Nutmeg him? Hopefully! But I’m not going to focus on that.”Tune into talkSPORT for LIVE commentary of Croatia v England: Wednesday July 11 – KICK OFF 7PM BST 2 WATCH ALLI’S NUTMEG FROM THE 2015 AUDI CUP IN THE VIDEO BELOW! The Three Lions have got the nation believing again after reaching the World Cup semi-finals for the first time since 1990, with the country falling in love with Gareth Southgate and his band of likeable, down-to-earth and true-to-their-roots stars.Newspapers have been strewn with stories about the meteoric rises of the likes of Harry Maguire, Jamie Vardy and even boss Southgate – who has gone from the man nobody wanted to the most popular England boss since Terry Venables.But Alli, maybe due to his early injury and few rusty performances since, has flown under the radar.Such is the Tottenham’s midfielder’s fame in the English game that you would be forgiven for forgetting he only made his Premier League debut three years ago.The £5million signing from MK Dons took the top flight in his stride and quickly become a star for Spurs when he arrived in 2015.But fans got a taste of his skill – and cheekiness – before he had even made a Premier League appearance when he was faced with taking on European champions Real Madrid in a pre-season friendly.That didn’t seem to faze the then-19-year-old either, though – as Modric well knows, as Dele dinked a sly nutmeg between his legs.