Gary Cahill the vice-captain of English national football team believes that they should have won the match last day against Germany and last day they should have taken their chances.
Last night England faces defeat against the world champions Germany by 1-0 goals but the English defender Cahill believes that because of lack of ruthlessness is attack they fail to convert their chances into goals.
The German international Lucas Podolski the scored a wonderful goal for his side at Dortmund and won the match for his country and it was his final match for his country.
In the second half, Lucas Podolski scored the first goal of the game and that was the Germany’s first shot on target
The English defender feels his side did well against them,
And after the match, he said: "If you're looking at chances, we had the better ones, simple as that.
"I think we'll look back and reflect that, had we taken our chances, we win that game. It's a learning curve for us but if we're a little bit more clinical in front of goal...
"I thought we played well, especially first half, we controlled the game really well. But they took their chances."
The new English manager Gareth Southgate used 3-43- formation in that match though Cahil thinks because of lack of practice in this formation they are unable to win that match.
He added: "We've gone into that formation for the first time,"
"We've gone in off the back of the lads playing Saturday, Sunday, we've had a cooldown and then one day where everyone's been out on the training pitch. It's difficult to play in a new formation and have everyone grasp it straight away.
"But there's a lot of positives from that."