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Gareth Southgate gave England staff handwritten notes before World Cup

12 July 2018, 10:59 | Charlene Valdez

Gareth Southgate gave England staff handwritten notes before World Cup

Nutmegging Modric snubbed by Welbeck Dele Alli reflects on path to Moscow

Meanwhile, Croatia, who dashed England's hopes of a World Cup final spot, are the "dark horse", the research found, while "dominate" and "impress" were also frequently used in connection with the team.

"But equally we want to be a team that's hitting quarter-finals, semi-finals, finals - that was what we've aimed to do in the long term and we've proved that is possible".

Referencing the 52 years that England have gone since winning the World Cup, The Guardian sport section leads with the image of the moment Mario Mandzukic fired the winning goal beyond Jordan Pickford.

"England had never overachieved, but this team have in reaching the semi-final.", Neville, a pundit on ITV, said.

It's easily the best goal in England's biggest ever win at a World Cup.

Disappointment went hand-in-hand with pride as the English media showered Gareth Southgate and his players with praise and sympathy on Thursday after their surprise World Cup run came to an agonising end at the semifinal stage against Croatia in Moscow.

Defeat on Wednesday night to Croatia means England's wait for their first World Cup final since 1966 continues.


"We have to keep the same standard", Walker said.

"A couple of weeks ago, I would have taken this result", said another England fan. The fans were wonderful, " Kane said. "You've made us smile, made us proud, made us believe, every one of you a hero".

"The first half was not good for us".

Despite the potentially imminent tattoo remarkably Powell is still supporting England.

Southgate was reluctant to draw any positives from England's World Cup experience so soon after the crushing loss to Croatia, but said there obviously were many high points and pointed to a bright future for his young, talented squad after their success in Russian Federation.

"This will hurt for a while but we can hold our heads up, it's been a fantastic journey but we've got to learn from it and take what we can".



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