Published: Thu, July 12, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Gareth Southgate’s waistcoat set for a place in history

Gareth Southgate’s waistcoat set for a place in history

The pair will battle again on Wednesday, and Alli has told The Guardian that he hopes to embarrass Modric again with another nutmeg on the worldwide stage this time - but his focus will be on attempting to help England reach the World Cup final.

"England has been the most impressive team so far". We've won a game in stoppage-time, we've had to recover from conceding in the last minute, we've been through extra-time, we've won on penalties, we've made several pieces of history - the biggest win, the first knockout win for ten years, first quarter-final win for longer.

"All the England players have got to do is watch each other's back", he told Sky Sports News.

England's match in Moscow on Wednesday night will be for a place in the World Cup final against France on Sunday at the Luzhniki Stadium, but Southgate believes his side will not face an easy route to get there.

What's more, a quick browse on the World Cup collection section on the official M&S website, where the Southgate-style waistcoat is priced at £65, shows that it's only available in XXL online.

He said: "We are really proud of the support we have received".

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Irizarry filmed the video about a month ago, but it has gained recent traction and since been watched more than a million times. Can you please grab him? "People have just as much right to be here as you do, and when you're drunk you don't belong here".

Southgate was bought a friendship bracelet by his wife and children prior to the tournament and has been wearing it throughout England's journey to the last four. We have had the chance to make a difference.

Croatia are in the last four for the first time since 1998 but they had to survive two penalty shoot-outs against Denmark and Russian Federation to make it this far.

But you may feel differently.

The win led to a lot of off-key renditions of God Save The Queen and Three Lions (Football's Coming Home) in pubs across both England and Australia.

Southgate, who was surprised by the vest craze, said he never considered himself a "fashion icon" but loved the enthusiasm from supporters across the UK.

"I remember people saying he's going to be a one-hit wonder and he's just completely proven them wrong and blown it out the water".

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