England hailed as heroes after World Cup heartache
Jul 14 2018
The two teams played in the final group stage match with reserves, with Belgium winning 1-0 and earning placement into the tougher side of the knockout bracket as a result.
It relates to the chanting of "no surrender" by Englandfans and other potentially discriminatory songs.
Despite not being in Russian Federation, the expectant mother has sent her father to the World Cup in her place.
Asked if Southgate was in line for a knighthood, the PM's spokeswoman said: "In terms of honours, and things like that, there is an independent robust process for how that system works, so I can't speculate about that".
"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".
Boss Gareth Southgate finds himself readying his England team for Saturday's third-placed play-off with Belgium in St Petersburg.
"What the players are going to experience is close to what we experienced in 1996 and in '66. There's an energy and connection that's back". I can see what we have achieved, albeit when you are so close you look back at what we might have done.
We've raised expectation. I don't see a problem with that because we've also raised belief in the players. They care. They care about playing for their country.