The 25-year-old headed home the opening goal against Sweden in England's quarter-final, and has been a solid figure at the back for the Three Lions in Russian Federation.
Football anthem Three Lions has hit the number one spot on the Official Vodafone Big Top 40 chart following England's World Cup win against Sweden.
But Southgate is already proud of the work ethic and unity shown by his squad after overhauling the squad with young players during his 22 month reign. "We played an opponent who has a clear identity and their collectiveness has been too much for us at times in the past". "We made it to a quarter-final, it's been 24 years since we were last at this stage".
"Playing out from the back, making sure they do the right things, not retreating, and for me you've got to give credit to Gareth, John Stones at the centre of that back three, Jordan Henderson, Harry Kane and the goalkeeper, because they're the spine of that team".
"I think we have written history in Sweden, with this performance" Emil Forsberg said after the match.
"It's a remarkable rise I have had over the past year or two", Maguire told BBC Radio.
The victory came a bit easier than the Three Lions' previous match against Colombia, in which England needed to prevail in a tense penalty shootout before advancing.
"They don't concede a lot of chances so it was important we stuck to what we were doing, we kept moving the ball as quickly as we could and waited patiently for the opportunities".
Gareth Southgate - who has become a surprise fashion icon over his waistcoat - has allegedly been advised to prevent his team shaking hands for medical reasons. Martin Peters scored the other of England's four in the final. Nobody wants to go home, we are not finished yet. We are not the finished article and we do not have world class players yet, but we have young players who are prepared to be fearless on the ball and have shown a real mental resilience. 'But, you know, we are progressing really well.
"I have this enormous pride for this team", Olsen said.
So we visited the Royal Pavilion Tavern in North Street, Brighton, a pub well known for hosting passionate football fans throughout the season, to see what staff are expecting for today's crunch match.
Looking at them in Russian Federation, you really would not know, as all three seem to have been playing at global level their whole careers.