Looking at it from the outside (I'm almost glad Italy didn't qualify - we wouldn't have got out of the group stage). I think last night highlighted Southgate's tactical limitations. With Croatia dominating the midfield, Southgate should have changed the system, it wasn't working and his substitutions were inneffective because he went 'like for like'. Changing the players but keeping the same system didn't make sense, the midfield was still being dominated after the subs. Either go 4 or 5 in midfield and nulify the threat. Kane didn't look fit, I'd have kept Sterling on and brought Vardy on for Kane - both pacy and would have caused more problems. Dele Alli didn't look fit and Young looked like a deer in the headlights. Trippier is great going forward, but not a great defender. England lack a Pirlo (for me no one can touch Pirlo), a registro...a metronome...slow it down, keep possesion, give everyone a rest and launch attacks when necessary. Carrick was close, Scholes was perfect - but no one in the English game currently comes close. The draw was kind, no doubt about that and I would expect England to beat Tunisia and Panama (forget Belgium it was a dead rubba - although had that been the second game - it would have been brilliant). Columbia set up to contain England, however when they came out and played, they caused some major problems. Sweden as well set up to contain, but caused some serious problems (still can't believe Sweden beat Italy and France - actually I can believe Italy as we're sh!t at the moment). Croatia got their tactics right, sadly England found their ceiling and reverted back to hoofball. I think the problem is that there's no one in the squad who is tactically aware or a leader, they just follow instructions and don't tend to think for themselves - maybe that's down to inexperience or lack of a Plan B. I'm reminded of Inter under Mourinho, against Barcelona, Cambiasso and Zanetti identified a problem and went and spoke to Mourinho to change it. Henderson as captain should have to spoken to Southgate and told him they needed another body in midfield - however Southgate should have seen it himself but didn't react. The Euros should be interesting though as England will mature, however I don't think England will win anything with Southgate at the helm as I don't think he's tactically aware. Just my two penneth.