Alli can help England write history: Southgate


Southgate describes himself as the man who shattered a nation's dream.

Since the Three Lions won the World Cup 52 years ago, they have managed just a paltry six victories in knockout games in major tournaments.

England can "hurt" any team they play, according to Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck.

"No, I'm glad he kept me on", Alli said.

"We were driving back to our hotel after beating Malta with some obscene chants being thrown at us from supporters". No matter what round we are in we are going to play with no fear and play with that freedom. "We know our ranking of players, but there is a lot of football before we get to that point". "They are young. They are inexperienced".

He said: "We have been in this position before many times over the last however many years". But maybe not the biggest. "So we're not really fussed which side we are on".

Southgate knows from his own bitter personal experience as an England player the frustration of not delivering at the key moments. And Falcao is a great finisher. Especially when balls are just dropping in for you and things are going for you. You mustn't be inhibited.

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"He's desperate to support us but I think his focus needs to be with his family at this time", Southgate added. We've been trying to make it as realistic as we can and it's been good.

The top scorer of the 2014 World Cup had to leave the pitch in the first half of his side's win over Senegal in their last match and has struggled with a muscle problem all tournament.

Penalty shootouts have proved to be England's undoing on several occasions - they lost via penalties at the 1990, 1998 and 2006 World Cups, as well as the 1996, 2004 and 2012 European Championships.

England's eight goals in the group stage tied for second most of any team in the World Cup. "It's changed the whole mindset for us". He has been exceptional, we have been so fortunate to have a squad of players whose character and spirit have formed an incredible bond while we have been away and he has been fundamental to that. It's not a step up to a level that we've not experienced before.

"The best teams around the world, the players playing against each other".

"We have to perform well and we're confident we can beat anyone".

Waistcoat sales have taken a hike since Southgate started sporting one. That's what got us here today so why change?