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England won't 'become Spain' any time soon - Southgate

By Martyn Herman
England won't 'become Spain' any time soon - Southgate

LONDON, Oct 6 (REUTERS) England manager Gareth Southgate was candid about where his team are in football's pecking order after an unconvincing 1-0 win over Slovenia sent them into the World Cup finals on Thursday.
Until skipper Harry Kane struck in the fourth minute of stoppage time there was every chance England's confirmation of a place at the Russian showpiece next year would have been greeted with boos from a frustrated Wembley Stadium crowd.

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