The Telegraph's front page called for England to "Hold your heads high" while the Guardian captured supporters' mood with the headline "The hurt goes on".
"Let me explain. They played the worst team in the tournament in Panama".
It is match day minus one, rather than two, as England prepare to play Belgium for a second time this tournament.
"I think now is the time for us to be strong as a group and take the time to reflect on the performance a little bit over the next couple of days".
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Things got worse between the two later when Djokovic felt Ramos failed to sanction Nishikori for a similar act in the fourth set. He broke to 30 and then served out for a dramatic victory. "I like my chances against Nishikori", said Djokovic.
"They see a team that leaves everything on the pitch, which they have, and played with style. There's an energy and connection that's back". "That's probably where we are", Southgate told a news conference on Friday". They care. They care about playing for their country. "Thank you boss from the whole nation", the 20-year-old said on Twitter with a picture of himself embracing the England coach. We will carry one another.
"For me Nole is a fantastic athlete but even more a fantastic person".
By now we should all be well aware that Luka Modric is not human, but his running stats from the World Cup only further highlight what a special player he is.
Southgate added the perception surrounding England's national team has changed.
"I think every Belgian fan deserves that winning feeling at the end of this tournament".
Speaking at his pre-match press conference, Southgate said: "We have to decide who can go again physically".
Mr Jex has been in Russian Federation for a week, visiting the sites and scenes of the country when not occupied by the World Cup.