- As good as it gets? They have real humility. We have high motivation to perform and the chance to win a medal at a World Cup, which only one other English team has done, so there's a lot of motivation for us.
It would be a momentous achievement for captain Kane, albeit scant consolation after falling short of the World Cup final.
For instance, Nigeria has claimed the most under-17 titles (five) but has never advanced beyond the Round of 16 at a senior World Cup.
"In terms of coming back to 300,000 fans, that would be nice". That's probably where we are.
"We have to think who can give us the best performance".
In response to whether he's scared England peaked at this World Cup, Southgate joked he's not even scared of "the big bad wolf".
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Speaking at his pre-match press conference, Southgate said: "We have to decide who can go again physically".
Nigerian Ambassador Steve Davies Ugbah spoke to the men and promised to provide them with food and shelter while he looks for a way to get them home.
"They coped brilliantly with that".
The Telegraph's front page called for England to "Hold your heads high" while the Guardian captured supporters' mood with the headline "The hurt goes on".
On Sunday, Croatia's soccer team will play France in the championship game of the 2018 World Cup, after running victoriously through a string of soccer powerhouses in the tournament. "It's the same as if you were at a big club".
For English Fans, it was a song sung with gusto and patriotism, while for opposing fans, it was a song that supposedly showed disrespect and the only way to quiet the loud chants was to ensure that indeed, "England was going home".
It was a tough loss for England but still a game well played.
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"There's an energy and a connection back".
Wednesday's audience peaked between 21:30-21:35 BST as England tried to find an equaliser at the end of extra time in the semi-final against Croatia.
"Frankly, I have this feeling there will be hundreds of millions rooting for us". "This group will be stronger in two years' time, due to their age and because of the big-match experiences which we've now been through".
But wins against Saudi Arabia and Egypt in the group stage allowed Russian Federation to reach the World Cup knockout stage for the first time since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.
"We know where we are", he said.
"If we had a parade, that would have been one part of the country".
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