England's Kyle Walker ready for Wembley return against Spain

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On a rainy evening in Munich, Germany won back some respect with a battling performance after their shock World Cup group- stage exit in Russian Federation, their earliest in 80 years in the tournament.

De Gea's erratic form carried over into the new Premier League season as United struggled under Jose Mourinho, and rival Kepa Arrizabalaga admitted he feels "mature" enough to challenge for the Spain No. 1 shirt after making a solid start to life as replacement for Thibaut Courtois at Chelsea.

After a long talk with his staff about England's run to the semi-finals, Southgate chatted with his players and explained why the Nations League was important, but he also wanted to "get the players' view" on events in Russian Federation.

"The fact we have been a reference over the past decade means that everyone knows our national team", he added. "There's a lot of improvement there and I'm at a high level already".

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"Normally the first thoughts are happy memories, goals and wins, but then obviously you go on to think what could have been".

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"It'll be a big test, Spain are very good but if we do win it it'll give us huge belief going forward". We have a lot of talented young players and will carry on like this.

"Those are the heights we all want to reach".

The Netherlands are the other side in the League A group alongside these two.

Overall, Germany have won only two of their past nine games, losing four of their past six fixtures after previously going more than a year and a half without a defeat.

"I've come here to win with Spain and I don't care what people might say or how I will be received".