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Joe Hart responds to critics after England win: 'You think I care?'

Joe Hart responds to critics after England win: 'You think I care?'

Joachim Low's side, who continued their staggering record of having never lost an away game in World Cup qualifying, assured themselves of top spot in Group C with a 3-1 win over Northern Ireland, while Harry Kane bagged a dramatic injury-time victor for the Three Lions against Slovenia at Wembley in Group F.

"I think this team has potential, but we have got a hell of a lot of work to do".

Spurs also won their first two Champions League group stage games emphatically - but have a double header upcoming against Real Madrid to contend with before hoping to secure their knockout phase place with the final games against Dortmund and Nicosia. That isn't their fault. Qualified for the World Cup!

"They've done OK. We haven't learned anything new", he told Omnisport.

Jamie Redknapp has urged England to finally perform on the big stage after securing qualification for the World Cup in Russian Federation.

"We know the speed and pace of our exciting attacking players, but they limited the opportunities for that to have an effect". Was it the performance we wanted and the night we wanted?

"We played a very good game, our goal was to win - one point would not be enough to get to the World Cup".

Asked about a permanent captain, Southgate said: "I haven't decided yet".

Sterling has not been in top form for England in their previous matches and was criticised for it. Southgate revealed the team had a visit from former England worldwide, John Barnes, who advised them on how to deal with adversity.

"We're a country that has high expectations".

And, still reached the World Cup in Russian Federation next summer...

"I'm able to rationalise it all". England Won eight matches and two matches ended in a draw out of eight matches.

Games take place in that group tonight and the ideal results would be home victories for England, against Slovenia, and Scotland, against Slovakia.

"But we're working to change the generation and we've brought some young players through".

"I think people want to come and see goals and be entertained".