Gareth Southgate celebrates at plush Mayfair restaurant with family after leading England to World Cup 2022

THREE LIONS boss Gareth Southgate marked England's qualification for next year's World Cup with a trip to fancy Mayfair restaurant Scott's.

The England manager returned from San Marino and was pictured with wife Alison, 54, and son Flynn, 17 at the London celeb hotspot.

They enjoyed a celebratory meal after the 51-year-old guided England to next year's World Cup finals following the thumping 10-0 win against minnows San Marino.

Scott's is a plush seafood restaurant in the centre of Mayfair, which serves the likes of Beluga caviar – priced at £875 for 125grams.

Meanwhile grilled lobster sets you back £54, with Morecombe Bay oysters priced at £44 per-dozen.

Or if Southgate decided to go down the meat route Scott's Bannockburn ribsteak would have cost him a cool £45.

The family had reason to celebrate though after England's stunning 10-0 win on Monday.

It was the first time the Three Lions had scored ten goals in a game since a 10-0 victory over the USA all the way back in 1964.


The manager is also expected to sign a new deal as England boss after being offered a double-your-money £6million-a-year salary by the FA.

And he hinted that he would accept the offer prior to the demolition of San Marino.

Southgate said: "There aren’t a huge number of jobs out there and being the manager of England is a massive privilege so of course I take that responsibility really responsibly.

"It means a lot to me to be in the position I am.

"As a manager you want to work with good players. You can challenge them in a different way."

The former Crystal Palace, Aston Villa and Middlesbrough defender is looking to go one step further after guiding England to a semi-final and final at the last two major tournaments.

July's agonising penalty shootout defeat in the final of Euro 2020 followed the heart-breaking extra time loss against Croatia at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

And with a group packed full of exciting young talents, there's no reason why the Three Lions can't go all the way in Qatar next year.

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