England boosted by Southgate's 'new revolution', says Lingard

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"They have played with no fear and I always think that has been a major problem with England in the World Cups and European Championships the last three or four campaigns", he added. I think I am going to score every time I am on the pitch.

England approach the match fresh and injury-free, but their 23-man squad could well be a player light as Delph flew back to the United Kingdom straight after starting last Thursday's defeat to Belgium.

While Kane has been the key man for England, complementing his treble against Panama with a match-winning brace in an opening contest with Tunisia, Southgate has also drawn plenty of praise for the manner in which he has set about instilling belief and a positive attitude within the Three Lions camp.

Jesse Lingard opens up about the strong spirit within the England squad and how they've responded to Gareth Southgate's philosophy.

"If anyone owes them anything it is me", the former defender said, referring to his Euro 96 semi-final penalty shootout miss against Germany.

"It's not chance. It's never chance".

It's an exciting time to be an England fan.

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"It's a skill and every skill takes time to learn and to ideal".

"I know Molloy's pub in Letterfrack village is supporting Harry no end". They practice their skills to become ideal at it. I can't speak highly enough of his character around the group.

"I know my father's generation and those before them would view that differently, but you have got to be there for your family and that's very important". It's not about competing against other people.

"[Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho] has got 20-25 players in the squad and he has to pick the best team to play each game". That shouldn't change now we are in the knockout phase.

"We didn't see any point in bringing him back too early - he is absolutely fine now", said the England manager who believes Alli has the ability to penetrate the Colombia defense.

"Obviously we've worked and practised them, and I have got confidence in my own ability to be able to score one".

"At the level we're playing at here, being in an England camp or whether it is at the club, you have to really understand that and you can nearly take bits from other people's game to try and bring your own game on".