Gareth Southgate is Optimistic that England Will not repeat Past mistake as they clash with Colombia this evening

England head coach Gareth Southgate is optimistic that  England will no longer Repeat past errors by Looking past their final-16 Clash with Colombia, however he Accepts the world Cup draw Represents a chance for his Players to write their own stories.
Southgate’s men take the South americans at Moscow’s Spartak Stadium Tonight nicely backed and in good spirits, but Without a knockout victory at a major tournament since 2006.
This is hardly the kind of record that invites overconfidence yet the disappearance of potential opponents Germany and Spain from England’s section has led to fevered speculation about just how far the Three Lions can go in Russia. Southgate has made a point of encouraging a seam of optimism in a youthful side showing fewer battle scars than previous England squads and was not about to make a U-turn on the eve of their biggest test to date.
For this team it’s a remarkable possibility to move Past in which greater experienced player have long past Earlier than. They’re relishing that threat.
He stated:
We want to be involved in this type of match, the games that matter. The player have the chance to write their own stories now. I want the players to continue to attack the tournament as we have. That shouldn’t change in the knockout stage. If anything we should feel freer. It’s going to be a fantastic evening.

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