Four rules England manager Gareth Southgate should follow

Janie Parker
October 7, 2017

Following Denmark's 1-0 win in Montenegro, Poland leads by three points over Denmark, and it needs a point from the last-round match on Sunday against Montenegro in Warsaw to automatically qualify as the group victor.

England's plodding display meant supporters found attempts to aim paper planes at the pitch more entertaining than matters on the field at sparsely-filled Wembley.

Southgate's side needed a stoppage-time strike from Harry Kane to give them victory over Slovenia at Wembley, to seal their place in the Finals with a game to spare.

"Whoever wears the armband, there's plenty of us who will speak up and try and help each other. and when things get tough we will be there for each other", he said.

England now lead Group F, and can do Ireland a big favour by beating Slovenia tonight at Wembley.

Kane has won the Premier League golden boot for the past two seasons and has continued his sublime form into this season, boasting 11 goals thus far.

"In the end, it's crucial for English football to be at the World Cup".

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Kane secured England's place in the fourth minute of additional time when he latched onto Kyle Walker's cross and struck under goalkeeper Jan Oblak for the side's flattering win over Slovenia. They're giving absolutely everything they've got.

The Three Lions can qualify for the Russia-hosted tournament by beating Slovenia this evening, and they will have gone through the entire qualifying campaign without a loss if they avoid defeat against Lithuania on Sunday.

It is no easy thing getting to a World Cup, there are some big countries around the world that are struggling.

"We know we have to be better but we're going to a World Cup and that's fantastic".

"For me Kane will play every game and it's important that whoever wears that armband will be starting most of the games".

"I'm extremely proud, not just for myself but for the team, for the nation", Kane said.

"We played a team who have only conceded four goals in the competition and you could see why", Southgate told ITV.

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