I follow all the players in all leagues.
Kieran Tripper gave England the lead in the fourth minute before Ivan Perišić equalised on 68 minutes, which took the game into extra-time. I'm excited to be part of this team and the challenge to improve going forward.
Fans go through the drama in The Village. Wednesday was a nerve-wracking night and I was kicking every ball. To be honest, it might even have been the best in my lifetime.
'I'm not sure it was flawless by any means, ' said Southgate.
This isn't the first time the England set up has been investigated by Federation Internationale de Football Association this World Cup either.
TV host James Corden tweeted in response to someone who said that England's captain had let the team down: "Nobody let anybody down".
One comment stood out from the rest and it did not come from a Croatian but a Brazilian.
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There has been no crowd trouble involving our supporters, and I have seen no idiots in Moscow.
The popular presenter took to Instagram to share what all of the nation felt on Thursday - pure and utter devastation after losing 2-1 against Croatia.
"We were screaming at the telly that he had to change the system". No-one believed before the World Cup that we could go this far, but we believed. I will really do it! "Unlucky we couldn't bring it home for them, but hopefully there's time in the future".
Kane, 24, told fans yesterday: "I'm so proud of this team and staff for giving everything we could over a long period of time together".
Federation Internationale de Football Association will investigate chants of a "possible discriminatory" nature by England fans during their World Cup semifinal defeat by Croatia on Wednesday.
That is exactly what has happened. Making matters worse is the fact that while the teams have no way to win the tournament, they still must play one more match that's essentially meaningless - the third-place match, which Belgium and England will compete in on Saturday. "They can see we are capable of progressing".
Southgate hopes they have proved a point in Russian Federation.