England manager Gareth Southgate shakes hands with Jordan Pickford at the end of the match REUTERS/Toby Melville
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Gareth Southgate pledged to stick to his principles after Spain delivered an uncomfortable reality check at Wembley but admitted he was unsure whether England had time to become genuine Euro 2020 challengers. England were surprise World Cup semifinalists in July, riding a wave of euphoria back home, but their 2-1 Nations League defeat Saturday was their third consecutive loss.Even during their morale-boosting run in Russia, manager Southgate warned there was still work to do and the performance at Wembley underlined that message.Southgate said he was unsure whether his side could close the gap to the top teams before the next European Championship, in which the semifinals and final will be played at Wembley.Southgate plans to rotate his side at the King Power Stadium in Leicester and intends to bring in reinforcements from the Under-21s squad.
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