Published: Sat, July 14, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

England boss Gareth Southgate: Croatia game will haunt me

England boss Gareth Southgate: Croatia game will haunt me

Harry Kane was held scoreless for his second-straight game, so he's still chasing that elusive seventh goal needed to have the English goal-scoring record at a World Cup tournament.

"If they will be unable to give their all during the match I expect them to tell us". We'll need a day of dusting off, putting everything to bed and try to bury it as best we can.

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The vast majority of England's goals at this tournament have came from set pieces and Trippier has played a huge part in several of them.

Pickford, who said he wants to be selected in order to have a chance at winning the Golden Glove, is adamant that England still have every incentive to play as hard as they can for the win against Belgium.

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"We are still living our dreams, we are so close", he said calmly from the team's hotel in the centre of Moscow.

"We have a such a good relationship that they will concede and say "I am not fit, I'm going to miss the final". We have some minor injuries, minor problems, and I hope my players will be ready.

"I do not give much thought to statistics and tradition and to head-to-head", Dalic said.

Asked if he ever talks to Modric about whether he ever saw himself playing for Barcelona, Rakitic added: "All of us as children had our favourite team and it is not a secret that Luka threw on the "azulgrana" colours". If there was a stadium for everyone, they would fill it. If given the opportunity to play, I would love it, and hopefully, there'd be a few of my family out here to watch it as well. "If not, I have great players on the bench who will be raring to go".

"The census is way off, there's a helluva lot more", said Bosnic, who has lived in Australia for 55 years and has seen three generations grow up in Sydney. "We like having him around, he's shown his influence, not just as a coach but more importantly as a human being".

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