As Southgate's players prepare for a third/fourth placed playoff with Belgium, Mourinho insists they can take pride in their performance which should stand them in good stead for the next World Cup in Qatar in 2022.
"We were anxious", Katich said.
Two teams remain in one of the biggest tournaments in the world.
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Rashford, who came on soon after Croatia equalised, has paid tribute to Southgate for leading England on a World Cup campaign which made the country fall in love with its national team again. Many questioned whether Premier League stars paid tens of thousands of pounds a week really cared about the three lions that David Baddiel and Frank Skinner famously sang about.
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"If I was in charge of the FA there would be no doubt that I would keep Gareth Southgate and Steve Holland and give them the chance to take the team to the next Euros and the next World Cup". We're gutted, we've worked so hard and the fans were incredible.
England remain in the tournament and still have to play the third place play-off - dubbed "the game no-one wants to play" against Belgium at 3pm on Saturday, July 14.
"It was a tough game, a 50-50 game, I'm sure we'll look back at stuff we could have done better but we worked as hard as we could".
While we didn't see Southgate plop down on the field to mourn the loss like some of his players did, photographers did capture an extremely touching post-game moment he shared with his wife Alison in the stands.
The game ended with England down to 10 players and out of substitutes. "It's unlucky we couldn't bring it home for them, but hopefully there's time in the future".
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".