British PM David Cameron has avoided demands of an apology from England's players for their dismal World Cup exit.
Cameron ducked a question over whether the England players should now donate their match fee for Sunday's game to charity as a gesture of apology.
The PM said: "I don't want to get involved, tempting though it is.
"I have enough cutting the Cabinet's pay without getting stuck into the England football team.
"I am a great believer in exercising responsibility at the correct level and I don't think it's the responsibility of the Prime Minister to get too involved in the remuneration of the England football team.
"But I am sure that suggestion will be taken carefully into account."