Gareth Southgate says Colombia clash is England’s game of the decade

Gareth Southgate says Colombia clash is England’s game of the decade

Gareth Southgate says Colombia clash is England’s game of the decade

"I thought they had the better controlled possession, and the better chances in the first half", said Soutgate.

"Had we been in their shoes we would also be quite disappointed because one can sometimes think this is not a part of football but it happens and sometimes you finish a World Cup final on penalties, as in Italy vs Brazil [in 1994]". "Some outstanding individual players but we feel we are a team that is improving. It just shows that any team can be vulnerable".

It was all go so well until the mind games started, but England have finished the group stages on the correct side of the draw, supposedly.

"I think it will be an interesting game, a 50-50 game, and both teams are qualified so it will be a unusual game", said Fellaini, who plays in England for Manchester United, having made his name for another Premier League club Everton. "We know any team that reaches the last 16 is good, the 16 best teams in the world", he said.

Manchester United will be aiming to challenge for the Premier League title next season as they look to try and win the trophy for the first time since 2013. The knockout game is the biggest game for a decade, so we had to make sure our key players were preserved.

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He has not only become the highest scoring player in worldwide competitions for Belgium, but also the first player since some guy named Diego Maradona in 1986 to register consecutive multiple-goal games in World Cup.

What other match could it be?

Though delighted to have made a deserved piece of history, the veteran defender, who has announced that he will be retiring after the World Cup, was keen to give credit to the young Avila for his part in the goal: "He's the type of young player we need to keep developing".

Friday is the first day without any World Cup football, which will be odd!

Their team also opted to travel across the Atlantic by boat after several Italian internationals were killed in the Superga air disaster of May 1949 that decimated the great Torino side of the time.

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