England striker crisis plumbs new depths
England manager Fabio Capello has called up Aston Villa's Gabriel Agbonlahor as a replacement for the injured Bent, who damaged a tendon in his knee training late on Monday.
"He was feeling more pain in the warm-up this morning and stopped," Capello told reporters at England's training camp north of London. "I have called up Agbonlahor but I will start with Peter Crouch in attack."
England lost Heskey with a thigh strain after 15 minutes of Saturday's 4-0 friendly win over Slovakia.
Carlton Cole, who came on as a substitute, was replaced after 34 minutes when he suffered an abductor muscle injury.
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