Gareth Southgate didn't take England penalty volunteers in shootout vs. Colombia

Radamel Falcao does kick-ups in training

Radamel Falcao will lead the line for Colombia Credit reuters

Regardless, England will not care one bit what he thinks, and will go into the quarter-finals of the World Cup in buoyant mood.

Kane's strike also sees the 24-year-old match Lionel Messi's total record of World Cup goals, on his debut at the tournament.

"We didn't materialize our football as we wanted". Their service includes Fox Sports 1, Fox and Telemundo (in most markets) so you can stream the game with English or Spanish commentary.

Southgate was labelled the "ultimate gentleman" and a "class act" on Twitter after his gesture of sympathy as he went around shaking hands and embracing Colombian players. "That has not been good for us, and hurt us a lot", said Colombian coach Jose Pekerman at a post-match press conference.

Asked on England's chances in the rest of the tournament, he added: "Final mate, we got it, we got it in the bag".

"They have good plans, they have a clear way of playing - and it's bloody hard to play against". Colombia are also good.

'We have no examples of a team who won the World Cup without a big, big massive goalkeeper. He had to miss Tuesday's match, watching from the sidelines. It bounced down and over the head of the England defender, giving Colombia an improbable lead and justifiably deflating England.

Instead of celebrating wildly with England's ecstatic players, Southgate went straight to Colombian counterpart José Pékerman and the devastated Uribe, who was in tears standing next to his manager.

"But we didn't let this affect us".


"We know the size of the task and we know the difficulty of this task". "It showed our togetherness and character", he said.

England's build-up to Euro 2012 was hugely disturbed by Capello's shock resignation over the Football Association's decision to strip John Terry of the captaincy. "We showed resilience to come back from huge disappointment and kept calm".

Upon arriving back at their training base the players were greeted by a breakfast spread of food and drink - and rather than retire after a long return journey, the players and staff were invited to stay up and re-live their individual memories.

He is already thinking of their next match.

"I've had a couple of decades thinking it through".

After England secured passage to the knockout stage, Southgate explained how that mentality had translated into his thinking on penalties.

The two teams faced off on Tuesday, July 3 at Moscow's Spartak Stadium.

At the 2014 World Cup, then Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi criticised the official for making "a lot of mistakes" in a defeat to France.

"We have fantastic supporters who have had to stand with us through decades of disappointment and this was a really special moment for our country", Southgate said.

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