After helter skelter draw with Germany, Gareth Southgate must be ruthless and must start with one of his generals Farewell, then, to all that. We will meet again: at the Khalifa International Stadium, Doha in eight weeks’ time as a matter of fact.
Trent Alexander-Arnold missed out on England's Nations League loss to Germany on Monday night, and the decision was explained by Gareth Southgate. Alexander-Arnold's form has been imperative to Liverpool's success in the past few years but he hasn't been able to get into the England team regularly.
Jude Bellingham stood out for Gareth Southgate’s side while Kai Havertz was Germany’s best at Wembley Nick Pope An accident waiting to happen with the ball and at fault for Germany’s equaliser. Unconvincing as Jordan Pickford’s deputy. 3 John Stones Replaced Kyle Walker after returning from suspension and looked assured before succumbing to injury.
England boss Gareth Southgate has no more games left to decide his World Cup squad - so thoughts will be cast forward to Qatar. Because of the World Cup being moved to November, and it starting a week after club football ends, there are no pre-tournament friendlies.
Fans need to accept England for what they are, a counter-attacking team lacking a Modric-type playmaker
Supporters have been imploring Gareth Southgate to encourage more entertaining football but he doesn’t have an elite creator to build around So this is what England are, really. A defensive, compact team, primed to attack on the counter. And don’t think that a glorious 12-minute attacking spell that produced three goals against Germany will change that.
England played out a topsy-turvy 3-3 draw with Germany at Wembley as they produced a spirited performance for their manager in their final match before the World Cup in Qatar later this year The roar of the Wembley crowd told its own story. From the brink of despair to a glorious, morale-boosting comeback in the space of 12 minutes and then a cruel sucker punch.
Manager's must now gee up his team for the Qatar World Cup, but at least draw with Germany showed how dangerous attackers can be A send-off to a World Cup is typically a loose, carefree affair, marked by a freewheeling England win against hand-picked cannon fodder at the height of summer.
ENGLAND 3-3 GERMANY: England played out a minor classic at Wembley as they drew with Germany in the UEFA Nations League but the Three Lions boss was given a few examples of why one player he left out should get another look You can debate the merits of his defending forever, you can argue his skill set is particularly suited to his club’s style of play, you can highlight the intense competition for places in his favoured position.
It was shaping up to be a night when Harry Maguire hogged the wrong kind of headlines, when Gareth Southgate endured more pain, when the soul-searching around England and their manager deepened. The team had been promising in the first-half against their old foes but then it all threatened to fall apart.
England vs Germany: Player ratings and analysis as Pope and Maguire struggle in six-goal thriller at Wembley
The Three Lions played arguably their best football of 2022 but a late Nick Pope error denied them a victory in an entertaining game at Wembley England 3-3 Germany (Shaw 72′, Mount 75′, Kane pen 83′ | Gundogan pen 52′, Havertz 67′, 87′) WEMBLEY STADIUM — Well, how do you make sense of that one, then?
No longer first-choice for his club, Maguire looked rusty at Wembley – there is now a debate as to whether he is a liability for his country For Gareth Southgate this was the performance he desperately did not need from Harry Maguire even if the Jude Bellingham-inspired comeback that then followed dragged England to a draw.
‘It’s coming home!’ – England fans can’t wait for World Cup as Three Lions FINALLY score from open play after NINE HOURS
BUOYANT England fans are finally looking forward to the World Cup and declared "it's coming home" - after their side ended their NINE-HOUR wait for a goal from open play. Supporters were growing frustrated and pressure was mounting on Gareth Southgate as the Three Lions faced Germany in their final Nations League match.
Owen Slot sees the heavily criticised defender’s troubles continue with his nightmare at Wembley Something strange happened on the half-hour here at Wembley. England had just been through a bright few minutes in attack and no, they hadn’t scored, but they looked as close to it as they had done for, well, many hundreds of minutes.
SAMI MOKBEL: Should Gareth Southgate depart after the World Cup there is one name the Football Association should at least explore: Pep Guardiola. Unlikely, perhaps, but it is a case of you don't ask, you don't get
England could be searching for a manager following this winter's World Cup Gareth Southgate admitted that his contract does not protect him from sacking Pep Guardiola's contract at Manchester City expires at the end of this campaign If you don't ask, you don't get: why shouldn't the FA at least inquire?
England came from 2-0 down to snatch a win over Germany, then throw it away – or rather spill it. Nothing is straight-forward for manager Gareth Southgate at the moment, as shown by the fact two of the all-Yorkshire back three that have served him so well managed to give him whopping headaches.
England 3-3 Germany: Three Lions’ mood lifted ahead of World Cup despite Kai Havertz’s late equaliser
England put their goalscoring woes behind them in a thrilling finale as they drew 3-3 with Germany at Wembley. The Three Lions went into their final match before the World Cup without a win in five games and looking for their first goal from open play in almost 500 minutes.
ENGLAND drew 3-3 with Germany in their final match ahead of this winter's World Cup finals. Pressure had been mounting on manager Gareth Southgate after the country's unexpected relegation to section B of the Nations League. It looked like Friday's loss to Italy would be followed up with another defeat to the Germans at Wembley with the visitors 2-0 up and cruising midway through the second-half.
England will go into this year’s World Cup without a competitive win since November last year despite coming from behind in a dramatic 3-3 draw against Germany in their final UEFA Nations League match. The Three Lions had already been relegated after losing at the San Siro on Friday night and looked to be heading for another demoralising defeat after Harry Maguire conceded a calamitous second-half penalty and Kai Havertz netted a screamer.
England 3 Germany 3: Three Lions FINALLY burst into life with goal blitz in stunning comeback before blunder costs win
ENGLAND produced a stunning comeback from two down before blowing it late on to draw with Germany. After a goalless opening period, the game burst into life after the restart. İlkay Gundogan fired Germany ahead from the penalty spot after a Harry Maguire foul. Things got even worse for Southgate as Kai Havertz doubled Germany's lead on 67 minutes.