With England likely to heavily rotate their squad following the 2-1 defeat to Spain, this will be more a chance for players to show Southgate why he should pick them next global break than anything else.
Spain were the better team in Enrique's first game in charge and this had been another education - the 11th match under Southgate against opponents in Fifa's top 20 which has not been won in normal time, with complaints over a refereeing oversight merely masking reality. "So there's a lot of good individual positives for us and for me, as a collective, they gave everything to get back into the game and I have to commend them for that".
"Your errors sometimes help you, as you try to improve and grow up and all in all I am really happy with David, he is a top player".
He said De Gea told him that he was fouled for Welbeck's disallowed effort.
"In those big environments you need the ref to stay strong and unfortunately he's bottled it".
"We have got plenty of other good strikers like Rashford".
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She resumed that argument after the second violation, still angry about the first violation. "You owe me an apology, " she said. I stand for what's right", insisted Williams as they headed into the sixth game - in which Osaka held at love.
There was an expectation in the 81,000 crowd as the game kicked off following the presentation of the World Cup Golden Boot trophy to Harry Kane by England coach Gareth Southgate. Their attacking mindset was impressive, as they weren't afraid to push forward and challenge David de Gea.
I want to be in games that matter, I believe I've been through an experience that is as pressured as you're ever going to face at any club or global team in getting through a World Cup, so I'm totally comfortably with that, and what's beyond that is to be decided.
Spain celebrate after beating England in their UEFA Nations League fixture.
'I've never had any doubts with De Gea, ' said the Spain boss. Players such as Luka Modric, Mateo Kovacic, Ivan Rakitic and Ivan Perisic should be able to maintain possession far better than the stretched Jordan Henderson, while Modric, Rakitic and Kovacic all know the Spanish game well.
Back in action for the first time since equalling their best-ever World Cup performance on foreign soil, the Three Lions got off to a superb start as Marcus Rashford swept home Luke Shaw's exceptional pass. Caught in a completely innocuous collision with Spain's Dani Carvajal, Shaw looked to be in some distress as he was forced from the pitch prematurely.