Under pressure I did not do it … nobody can really know how that feels & # 39 ;: England boss Gareth Southgate pushes himself to new limits with survival expert Bear Grylls
- Gareth Southgate has driven himself to the limit with explorer Bear Grylls
- The English boss is the newest celebrity tested in the wilderness
- Southgate undertook physical and mental challenges & # 39; during the film process
- During the trial, Southgate reflected on the pressure he had as a player
- The episode will be broadcast on ITV on Thursday 20 December
Danny Gallagher for Mailonline
Gareth Southgate has put himself through the ultimate survival test with natural expert Bear Grylls and compared the pressure of his experience with the moments that went up to the penalty spot at Euro & # 39; 96.
Southgate missed on the big stage for England, while the nation's hope rested on his shoulders as a place in the final that was in the balance.
Now, after a spectacular World Cup run as the national manager, Southgate has driven itself out of its comfort zone to explore the game with Grylls and test itself to a new level.
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Gareth Southgate has pushed himself to the limit by entering the wilderness with Bear Grylls
The trailer of the episode shows that Southgate has placed itself in a number of impulse-increasing situations
The duo took on some of the toughest and ruthless environments that Britain has to offer
Southgate can also be seen for Grylls about his experiences in his career
The upcoming episode, to be aired on ITV, has recently been bullied with the release of a short trailer.
It shows Southgate scraping off dangerous rocky faces, drawing through endless moors and spreading around a campfire over his experiences with intense pressure.
"I have not done it under pressure … nobody can really know how that feels," recognizes Southgate, who has missed the troubles of his European championships throughout his career.
Southgate took the & # 39; ultimate challenge & # 39; on some of the country's most rugged, unspoiled heathlands, ITV members have said.
Southgate relfect at the moment he missed a decisive penalty for England on Euro 1996
Southgate had the hope of a nation on his shoulders when he stepped to the spot and missed
The episode, which lasts an hour, is on television on Thursday 17 December.
In the run-up to the official TV show of the show, Grylls discussed the mental power of Southgate and paid tribute to his character.
"Gareth has shown incredible strength in his life as the manager of England and our mission together has certainly challenged him on so many levels, & # 39; said Grylls.
The wilderness always rewards dedication and courage, and Gareth has both qualities in spades. & # 39;
While both men are traveling through a test landscape, Southgate can also be seen for Grylls about his decision to wear a vest in Russia, which soon became a national emblem.
& # 39; I put on the laundry coat and I said to my son: & # 39; do you think I can get away with wearing this? & # 39; … he said "yes it will be good porridge, nobody will notice" "Southgate admitted.