Gareth Southgate says England must focus on Panama and forget VAR verdicts

Posted June 24, 2018

Some have criticised their physical approach to the match but the Central American side play to their strengths and Belgium left knowing they'd been in a battle.

"The first match always brings a bit of stage fright but that's in the rear-view mirror now", he said. They will be defensive and looked to use their physicality and spirit to disrupt England.

"My concern is that my players work well, that they stay true to their style of football, work hard and go for the win. It's looking unlikely because he has not trained with the team yet, but he's progressing really well, so we won't rule that out just yet".

"It's not something we can control and I understand it's something that happens and is part of being a big team".

A two-time Premier League Golden Boot victor, Kane banished any remaining doubts over his ability to perform on the biggest stage for his country with the first double by an English player at the World Cup since Gary Lineker in 1990.

Walker continued: "I've had more knocks than a penalty decision given against me. Sorry for that and I don't wish that on anyone as I have had it myself".

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A place in the last 16 will be close, but not certain. There are no expectation on this Panama side and although I don't see them getting a result from this game, they should put up a good showing.

England may not be world-beaters, but they should certainly have enough to see off Los Canaleros, who came through CONCACAF qualifying with a negative goal difference after winning just three of their 10 matches in the Hexagonal.

"Tunisia liked to play the ball out from the back and they was very patient, and we pressed them high, but they got out sometimes".

Speaking ahead of this weekend's game, the former Premier League victor said: "At the end of the day we are all here for one reason and that is to keep winning as many games as possible".

"We don't expect too many surprises of how they play. If we keep the ball, keep to the style we've been playing, I think we'll be fine". The team has evolved massively form the Iceland game.

"It's a huge honour and I don't think you realise the scale and the size of the event".

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Panama will look to their superstar Roman Torres who Captains the side and scored the goal that got them to the World Cup.

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"England has to win, and to win is normal, not to win is catastrophic, but England will win", Mourinho said.

"It is a new position for me", Walker said.

"I feel this time around in this tournament, especially leading up to the tournament, the media has been great".

"But (Ferdinand) is entitled to his opinion".

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