DEVASTATED England stars have been pictured leaving their Qatar World Cup base after the painful loss to France.
The Three Lions fell to a 2-1 defeat against a depleted French team with Aurelien Tchouameni and Olivier Giroud scoring.
Captain Harry Kane got the goal for England but missed a spot-kick to draw level in the 84th minute and potentially send the game to extra-time.
France will now go on to face World Cup dark horses Morocco next Wednesday for a spot in the final.
And England's stars looked glum as they left their base in Qatar.
Jack Grealish, Harry Maguire and Phil Foden all looked devastated as they left the Three Lions' hotel.
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They will now return to their respective clubs and prepare for the return of competitive club football.
Manchester United captain Maguire's first game back will be an EFL Cup fixture at Old Trafford against Burnley.
Man City aces Grealish and Foden, meanwhile, play the next day in a crunch cup match against rivals Liverpool.
England manager Gareth Southgate's future is up in the air despite having a contract until after Euro 2024.
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Captain Kane has come out in support of Southgate staying on.
However, the 52-year-old will now go away and make a decision.
Kane said: "I think it has been a really positive tournament.
"Of course, it has ended now in the quarter-final and it felt like we could have done more.
"If you look at the performances and the way the team has been, it has been exciting to watch. I think we have a really bright future.
"We love having Gareth as a manager. We want him to stay for sure but that's his decision. I am sure he will go away and think about that.
"We've got a great team, great young players, players coming into their prime and we've got a Euros not too far away. As much as this hurts, we have to move on and look forward to that.
"He hasn't spoken about it; I haven't spoken to him about it. Like I said, now we are hurting and rightly so.
"He will go away and think about that. That's his decision. He will talk to his family and friends and make that decision. From the players' point of view, we are really happy with the manager."
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