"We have no idea who, when or where we will play in the next round, but we are pleased we are in it".
"First of all, we need to focus on our play in the knockout stage", Maguire said.
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"We believe there will be a transition that will take place after the World Cup, regardless of the outcome of the tournament, and no one is better equipped to handle that than Jogi Low".
The debate in the run-up to the Belgium clash has centred around whether winning to secure top spot in the group would be beneficial, with avoiding a potential quarter-final against defending champions Germany the focus of media attention.
It means England go to Moscow to face Group H winners Colombia at the Spartak Stadium on Tuesday with Belgium meeting Japan in Rostov-on-Don on Monday.
However, a host of England internationals came out in support of Southgate's decision to make eight changes to his team last night.
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When asked Thursday if the first lady supports the policy, Grisham said, "She supports that the law should be followed".
Theresa May is back in Brussels today for a summit of European Union leaders, just hours ahead of a clash between England and Belgium on the football pitch. We went to win so in that respect we are disappointed.
The last time this "golden generation" of Red Devils thought they had a soft draw they blew it, coach Roberto Martínez said. The organization has surprised everyone, I think it's given an incredible image of the Russian people, of Russia in general. We have also learned things tactically that might be important for us.
'Marcus Rashford and Jamie Vardy kept running. We created openings to get something from the game, but we have to keep improving. The former Manchester United forward bamboozled Danny Rose before curling an effort past the Everton keeper.
Facing questions over whether he might have preferred to finish second - a draw or defeat would have had that effect - Martinez said: "Honestly, I am delighted".
Should Messi and Co. handle France and then either Uruguay or Portugal, the Argentine side could meet a side it took just one point from in qualifying.
"It's great to have scored at the World Cup", Baloy told Federation Internationale de Football Association afterwards.