Gareth Southgate has completely transformed the England national team in both style of play and culture. Now, the proud Englishman has installed a new faith across the country that football may genuinely, one day, be coming home under his leadership.
However, just when it looked as if the this dream could become a reality, his squad has been cursed with injuries, especially in the attack. Over the past three weeks, both in-form forwards Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford have been struck with problems that will see them out for some time.
Now, after the draw between Chelsea and Arsenal, England's backup striker Tammy Abraham limped off the pitch causing further concern for the boss. In total, the three injured stars have 51 goals in 87 games so far, which only justifies England's promise going into the Euro's.