It would be an understatement to say that the English fans are feeling a bit bad this morning.
But Gareth Southgatethe young team of, who are overflowing with talent and have made magic on the pitch this Euro 2020, can now start writing their own chapter for England after 55 years of grief.
As captain Harry kane said following the excruciating loss to Italy, England must “build confidence in that, we have a great young team”. Better believe it.
Putting the grief aside, here are five reasons to feel positive today …
Young players, bright future
The heroic England side, which played their first final at Wembley on Sunday since the 1966 World Cup, are on average only 25, the second youngest in the tournament behind Turkey.
So it can be argued that the bright-eyed, bushy-tailed English youngsters have the potential to do a similar course or even bring it home at the next World Cup with the majority of this squad.
According to World Cup statistics, footballers are at their peak between 27 and 29 years old.
The ideal age to compete in the World Cup is 27.5 years old – the average of the winning teams of the 19 World Cup finals from 1930 to 2010.
With talented young players such as Phil Foden, Jadon Sancho, Jude Bellingham, Declan Rice, Bukayo Saka, Mason Mount and Marcus Rashford all aged 19-23, imagine how great they could be between now and the next Cup. of the world…
… And they just have to wait until next year to fix things
English fans don’t have to wait five years to be excited about this squad again – with the 2022 World Cup set to be held in Qatar next year in November and December.
This means England will have the same squad as this year with one season of experience. Now it’s…
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