We're here to win, not plot final route, says confident England Coach

Englan Coach Gareth Southgate said on Wednesday his group was focused on winning matches, not plotting a specific course through the World Cup knockout stage, in front of their Group G standoff with Belgium.

The two groups have officially fit the bill for the last 16 and, with one of Colombia, Japan or Senegal prowling in the second round, there has even been some discussion that England may have a simpler course through the competition in the event that they lose in Kaliningrad on Thursday.

In any case, on multi day when holders Germany slammed out of the competition with a stun 2-0 misfortune to South Korea, Southgate said his side were centered around Belgium alone.

"We have to continue winning football matches and we need to breed a mindset that everyone in our squad needs to continually win," he told columnists.

"We've not won a knockout game since 2006, We're endeavoring to build up a triumphant mindset and I can't envision a circumstance where I remain before the gathering of players I have and begin conversing with them about whatever else," said the previous under-21s coach.

England awed in their opening two World Cup matches, but against feeble restriction, beating Tunisia 2-1 in Volgograd at that point whipping Panama 6-1 in Nizhny Novgorod.

In any case, in Belgium they confront the world's third-positioned side, and a squad stacked with world-class ability, for example, Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne.

"We will confront harder difficulties in the following couple of games and right now we can't see ourselves as a best group until the point when we begin to beat one of those groups," said Southgate.

"In any case, we have a craving to continue enhancing and we're playing with a considerable measure of certainty."

As skipper Harry Kane, England have Russia's best goalscorer so far with five, and the Tottenham charm is probably going to begin against Belgium.

Be that as it may, Southgate conceded he would presumably roll out a few improvements for a conflict that neither one of the sides needs to win.

"One of the key things for me is that everybody is prepared to come in, in tomorrow's diversions as well as the recreations past that."
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