England's Southgate cites Germany blueprint as model for success

Harry Kane and one of the engraved fivers

"I go for the final not only as a politician or president. but as a passionate fan of Croatian football.as someone who played football in childhood", she said.

England arrived at this World Cup with the least experienced squad in terms of caps, but Southgate said the agony of losing was just as strong despite surpassing limited expectations.

Southgate praised the passion and focus of his players and insisted that they are heading in the right direction. England came back in extra-time, but only after a Colombia player hit the crossbar.

"This team have taken us to a place we never thought we'd ever imagine we'd get".

Boss Gareth Southgate finds himself readying his England team for Saturday's third-placed play-off with Belgium in St Petersburg. It wasn't the outcome we wanted and as painful as it is right now, I'm sure we will learn an bad lot from last night's game... "That's probably where we are", Southgate told a news conference on Friday".

"There's an energy and a connection back".

Throughout their World Cup journey, they have been able to meet some of the players after the games, including England's number one Jordan Pickford, Ashley Young, John Stones, and the Three Lions captain, Harry Kane.

"They've got to know the players a little bit better and realised the perception is different from the reality". "We'll finish as one of the top four teams in the world but we're not ranked one of the top four". We have this togetherness, this unique unity - not just in football.

"I've pretty much lost my voice with the amount of singing I've done, the atmosphere has been brilliant".

The PM's spokeswoman said: "She thinks that he led the team fantastically and that the whole country should be proud of how far England got".

"We want to win", he said.

However, with many fans having already booked their tickets for the semi-finals, as well as the final in many cases, there still remains a sizeable South American presence at the World Cup. You can't put it into words.

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