England head coach, Gareth Southgate, has insisted he wants time to ‘reflect’ earlier than confirming whether or not he is prepared to proceed as the Three Lions supervisor after their 2022 FIFA World Cup quarter-remaining 2-1 defeat in opposition to France on Saturday evening.
Southgate is below contract till the summer season of 2024.
England’s 2022 World Cup marketing campaign got here to a heartbreaking finish in opposition to France final evening after promising so much in Qatar.
France took a primary-half lead, thanks to Aurelien Tchouameni’s lengthy-vary effort, but Harry Kane levelled for England after changing a penalty 10 minutes after the re-begin.
Southgate’s males regarded the extra seemingly winners at that stage, but striker Olivier Giroud’s header proved decisive earlier than Kane missed one other alternative from the spot to take the recreation to additional time.
Asked about his future after the match, Southgate instructed ITV: “I feel after each event, we’ve sat and reviewed and mirrored.
“That needs a little bit of time to make sure that everybody makes the right decisions.”