John Stones has been England's third-biggest attacking threat at this World Cup, being on the end of 1.45 xG, and scoring twice from the chances he has had.
The young England squad achieved what many believed to be the unachievable as they progressed into the semi-final of the World Cup - the first time in 28 years.
"I'd be amazed if we didn't learn in the next few days he's (Kane) been carrying an injury since the Colombia game", Neville said on ITV.
England had only ever played there once (a 2-1 defeat to Russian Federation back in 2007), and it seems like the curse / losing streak is destined to continue for the time being.
I said this in the group stages and I'm thinking, quarter-finals England will get knocked out.
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Back then, a powerful West Germany team edged England in a penalty shootout after a 1-1 draw, and lifted the trophy days later.
In Russia, teams can pay a heavy price for not getting a second goal to reward itself for a dominating period of play. Thank you, England": "A simple message of gratitude from the Express, accompanied by a picture of Southgate and his players showing their appreciation to the travelling supporters.
England learned that in its opening game against Tunisia. But they gave us pride - and brought the whole nation together": "The Mail uses its front page to focus on the impact England's success at the World Cup has had beyond the world of football.
However, fans said the side had "finished further than anyone dreamed". I've looked at it every day since - and it was the first thing I looked at when we got back this morning.
"This will hurt for a while but we can hold our heads up, it's been a fantastic journey but we've got to learn from it and take what we can".