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Gareth Southgate and Harry Kane

Luke Shaw left the field on a stretcher after suffering an apparent head injury during England's Nations League encounter against Spain at Wembley.

England manager, Gareth Southgate seemed reasonably happy with Shaw's condition immediately after the game.

Eight weeks after their memorable World Cup run was ended by Croatia in the semi-finals, the optimism sweeping England looked justified as Marcus Rashford scored a superb early opener.

"We hung in there and in the last 25 or 30 minutes we really came into the game, kept the ball a lot better and created some good chances and could well have got a draw out of it". "We have to keep faith in the way we are trying to play otherwise we go back to what we did historically".

John Stones, Danny Rose, Jordan Henderson, Eric Dier and Jesse Lingard have all gone on to become key figures under Southgate since facing Spain the last time around, though, and the new-look England came within a whisker of reaching the World Cup final for the first time since 1966 in Russian Federation.

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It was a disappointing display from England, however they were left to bemoan the match officials when Danny Welbeck's 97th minute equaliser was ruled out for a foul on Spain goalkeeper David De Gea.

"It was a really tough game", said Southgate.

"I don't think we were under any illusions as a coaching team", Southgate said.

Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane reacts after England lose to Spain.

Manchester United have been dealt another blow after Marcus Rashford suffered a suspected hamstring injury during England's defeat to Spain on Saturday night.

"We have to expect that Spain were better than us for long periods of the game", Southgate said. During the World Cup she posed in the Spain goalkeeper's kit and makes a point of congratulating him whenever possible.

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