Pickford reshaping opinions of English goalies at World Cup

England's midfielder Dele Alli holds his leg in pain during the Russia 2018 World Cup round of 16 football match between Colombia and England at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow on July 3

World Cup: England fans 'dare to dream' after win over Sweden

The Everton goalkeeper's trio of outstanding second-half saves, denying Marcus Berg twice and Viktor Claesson, secured England a first clean sheet of the tournament and smoothed their progress into the last four for the third time in their history.

"The tournament has been unbelievable", he said.

Just before the dreaded, match between Sweden and England, Sweden national players had a rat5her uncomfortable morning after they were woken up by a fire alarm at the hotel they were staying in. The penalty shootout win was the first ever for England at the World Cup.

"England's players have guaranteed they will return from the World Cup as heroes". Those watching at home dominated the viewing schedule, with the football attracting 80% of the overall TV audience.

"We are better than this England".

Beyoncé And Jay-Z To Headline Global Citizen Festival In South Africa
It will take place in a number of countries across the world and aims to spread the message and ethos of the Global Citizen. CEO of Global Citizens Hugh Evans said: "You have to play your part in giving back to society for six months".

The chant of "On our way, on our way, to Moscow, on our way" came from England fans in one corner of the stadium throughout the match, and the team's march to the Russian capital is being fueled by goals from set pieces.

The couple, who live in Rutland, have been married for 21 years and were renewing their vows in Yorkshire on Saturday, but Nadine - who wore a full wedding dress for the ceremony - wasn't going to let that stop her from supporting the team.

"My guys feel like conscript soldiers whose term of service was over just when they were preparing to go into battle".

A group of men were pictured at an IKEA in Stratford, London, jumping on beds at the Scandinavian-founded megachain, shortly after their country's team won 2-0 in Samara, Russia. Hart, capped 75 times by England, played cricket for his local club as a youngster before focusing on his football career at Shrewsbury Town. "We will see. I will have some quality time with my family, forget about football and then we will see".

England will meet Croatia in the semi-final on Wednesday evening.

Latest News