The manager blamed himself for missing out on a late alternative to hand over the European Championship to Azure in Weimley.
Gareth Southgate has said that the failure of England’s shootout in the Euro 2020 final against Italy on Sunday is “completely with me” because he has chosen who will take the kick.
Marcus Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bokayo Saka were permanently lost as the Three Lions lost just their first major trophy since 1966.
Saka, 19, was reassured by his manager after missing a decisive spot-kick.
What has been said?
“In terms of fines, this is my call,” Southgate said. BBC. “She is OK.
“I judged the penalty takers based on what they did in training, and no one is on their own. We won together as a team, and it’s up to us all Couldn’t win the game tonight.
We are very disappointed. The players have been given absolute credit, they have given everything they could possibly do.
“He’s put himself on the ground. Sometimes he played really well, sometimes we didn’t keep the ball good enough, especially at the start of the second half, but we can’t recover. “It’s a pleasure to work. They’ve been away for so long, but tonight in this dressing room it’s amazingly painful.”
Immediately after the defeat, Southgate has been criticized for relying on inexperienced players who did not join the flow of the match before the shootout.
However, Rashford and Sancho made penalties for their clubs and played in high-stakes Champions League matches, boosting the possibility of naming their case after the England cake-kicker.