England fans celebrate World Cup win over Sweden at IKEA

Denis Cheryshev scored two goals as Russia thrashed Saudi Arabia 5-0 in the opening game of the tournament

Denis Cheryshev scored two goals as Russia thrashed Saudi Arabia 5-0 in the opening game of the tournament

There Britons expects Croatia in the 1/4 final of the 2018 world Cup won on penalties to Russian Federation.

The world's "It's Coming Home" have been echoing around England ahead of the Three Lions big match against Sweden this afternoon.

Captain Harry Kane, who leads the goalscoring charts in Russian Federation with six strikes, failed to find the net for the first time but said confidence was high after England posted their best run at a major tournament since Euro '96.

Southgate's men meet Croatia in the semi-finals on Wednesday after ending a 28-year wait just to reach the last four by cruising past Sweden in the quarter-finals.

Almost 20 million viewers tuned in for the win over Sweden and social media is awash with videos of excited fans watching on big screens in bars and parks, fanatically celebrating every England goal. "Controlled the game. Fantastic", Tim Banks said. And Mother Russia's penalty shootout anguish.

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The march was re-scheduled to avoid clashing with the England v Sweden match.

Russia Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev called the team's performance "magnificent", saying the tournament would change the face of football in the host nation.

Gareth believes, the fans believe, now it is time for the players to finish the job.

"The last time England were like this was at Euro '96, when Terry Venables gave the players respect as adults, and let us breathe, which took the pressure off, and created a spirit which hasn't been seen again in the national team until this summer". We are an emerging side, an evolving side: "a long way from flawless", said England coach Gareth Southgate.

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