Now we have more massive games but all winnable games and we will give it our all.
"There's no one else", Southgate said when asked about the apparent dearth of exactly the kind of controlling - and creative - central midfielder England require to guide games like this raucous World Cup qualifier away to Scotland to a more positive conclusion.
"I've also seen Scotland's best-ever free kick and then I've also seen Scotland's second-best-ever free kick".
"I don't think it's important at this time he's tied down to one position".
"It was like a middleweight boxer fighting a heavyweight, they kept getting hit".
In fact, this decision has now led many to speculate that Kane might be the player to succeed Rooney as overall England captain in the long term.
"I definitely didn't want to lose in my first game as skipper so to get that goal; it's a good day for us and obviously a very proud day for me as well".
GETTY The Man City reject sported a cap in the first half of the match against Scotland
"But that's why he's a top player".
"He had one header in the second half but that's why he's a top player, he gets half a chance, it's a great finish". He gave me the armband on Saturday and I went out there and gave it my best. Germany take a stroll Forward Sandro Wagner scored a hat-trick, his first goals for Germany, to lead the world champions to a predictably comfortable 7-0 stroll against minnows San Marino on Saturday.
"The way the game panned out, it was a good point for us".
"I'm really pleased with the level of training and we'll have to transfer that into the game", said Southgate, as per the BBC. We have questioned character and they've shown character today.
Whether he plays for the Three Lions in Tuesday night's friendly against France in Paris or is rested after a demanding campaign, Dier is a key element in the long-term planning of national boss Gareth Southgate.
"You can't get too disappointed about it", said the goalkeeper.
Scotland's Scott Brown was booked inside three minutes for a late challenge on Dele Alli, followed up with a Livermore cruncher that typified the stunted early exchanges.
England were on course for victory after substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain took advantage of some weak defending and goalkeeping in the 70th minute after Craig Gordon had needlessly conceded a throw-in.
Gordon said both England goals were "difficult" to deal with.