England have been knocked out of the Qatar 2022 World Cup after a 2-1 defeat at the hands of France in the quarter finals this evening.
It will be Kylian Mbappé’s nation that will face Morocco at the Al Bayt Stadium on Wednesday for a place in the final.
After Harry Kane equalised from the penalty spot just after half time, the England skipper had the chance to reply once again from the penalty spot after Oliver Giroud put France 2-1 ahead.
But Kane missed it, blazing his shot from six yards out over the bar.
Southgate named an unchanged team for the clash against France - with Jordan Pickford in goal, Kyle Walker, John Stones, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw making up the defence.
There was a midfield three of Declan Rice, Jordan Henderson and Jude Bellingham; Bukayo Saka, Phil Foden and the captain Harry Kane made up the attack.
Chelsea's Raheen Sterling also returned to the bench after he only rejoined the squad in Qatar yesterday.
The forward had returned to the UK after his family home - which had his partner and young children in at the time - was burgled by armed robbers.
So the journey may be over England, but Qatar 2022 was still a tournament with great highs.
Gareth Southgate's men started off the tournament with an impressive 6-2 win over Iran, but that was followed up by a rather dull goalless draw against the US.
Wales was next, with the Three Lions winning comfortably and sending their rivals home in the process.
Senegal also proved no problem for England after a 3-0 win in the last-16 of the competition.
But that was the final episode in England Qatar 2022 World Cup journey, with attentions now turning to Euro 2024 qualification.