The coach was treated in a nearby hospital and admitted afterwards that he will have to control his behaviour during his side's coming games.
"He was phenomenal for City last season, scoring more than 20 goals", Henderson added.
Despite it being his injury the former England centre back was relieved that it's his injury and not one to a player, "It is better this is me than one of the players".
Southgate, though, wasn't planning to disclose the starting XI until Saturday when England flies to Nizhny Novgorod to play Panama the following night. "The next sheet has different players in different positions because we swap people in and swap people out".
Tall and powerful, he is an elegant presence on the ball and showed great self-confidence in possession plus a willingness to try the unorthodox that enabled England to gather late momentum building to Harry Kane's victor.
OK, whilst all of the England fans out there breathe slowly and deeply into a paper bag, let's move on to exactly how the England manager managed to injure himself so badly. "I'm ready to support my team, I'm ready to come back stronger, I'm filled with motivation, I'm filled with desire to get back to the top". But he thought about the game and wanted to show me these clips.
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"We got some clips, sat down together and he wanted to give his advice and opinion on these actions".
"Fifteen years ago, we were cleaning toilets and getting breakfast out of a vending machine", he said.
But the boot was very much on the other foot this time with Southgate's assistant and FA technical director Dan Ashworth caught unawares when one of the sprinklers was switched on.
Panama appear to be the weakest team in Group G and it is possible England are prepared to rotate, giving players such as Loftus-Cheek and Rashford a chance to impress.
"We always talk about games and how we can improve and what he thinks in those situations because he's done it so many times".
"It is another tough test but I think that we have a lot of big lads in the team who will look forward to the physical side of things".