Sterling and Gomez train with England after bust-up
Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez trained with England on Tuesday after their altercation rocked the build-up to Thursday's Euro 2020 qualifier against Montenegro.
Sterling will not be considered for selection when England play their 1,000th international at Wembley this week after an incident in a private team area at St George's Park.
Manchester City forward Sterling clashed with Liverpool defender Gomez during the closing stages of his club's 3-1 defeat at Anfield on Sunday and, in an Instagram post, he conceded he let his emotions get the better of him when the pair were reunited on international duty.
Despite saying he and Gomez had since put the flashpoint behind them, England manager Gareth Southgate decided to take action.
Nevertheless, Sterling is still with the England squad and will be expected to return to the fray for the subsequent trip to Kosovo.
It meant he was in attendance to train at St George's Park alongside Gomez, wrapped up in a snood and woolly hat to guard against the elements.
Gary Neville has backed Southgate's decision to remove Sterling from England's next game, but Rio Ferdinand, the ex-Manchester United defender's team-mate for club and country, accused the Three Lions boss of hanging the 24-year-old "out to dry".
Sterling has scored 18 goals in 21 appearances for City and England in 2019-20.Published 12 Nov 2019, 17:24 IST