Positives and negatives for England. I think the main thing Southgate has achieved at this tournament is getting the squad in the right frame of mind; making sure they're relaxed, together and happy.
Not so keen on his tactics though. For long stretches, the prefered formation left us looking clueless going forward. Five at the back, but one of the wing-backs is scared of going forward (and it's the actual fucking winger, no less.) We spend far too much time passing it about among the back three and then having Pickford pump it forward, and this has been the case in pretty much every game.
And then there's the blind loyalty to players, like Dele Alli, who's been broken since the 20 minute mark of the first match, or Ashley Young, who's been utterly ineffective throughout.
There's his reluctance to make substitutions, where he makes even Klopp look decisive.
And then there's Harry Kane, who lumbered about the midfield like a zombie for most of the second part of the match. Fuck knows what was up with him today, but knowing Southgate he was probably goosed but left on the pitch to play on anyway.