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The last time England won a World Cup quarter-final was against Cameroon in Naples in 1990, and since then they have lost two.

Dalic's team looked exhausted as they laboured against unfancied hosts Russian Federation for 120 minutes on Saturday night before they advanced via a shoot-out success for the second successive game.

"His body language, the way he carried himself, exceptional mentality, real belief in being a top player".

England now face Croatia in Moscow on Wednesday.

Another England fan who was also staying at the hotel said he "felt a bit sorry" for the team, adding that they had been "very friendly" with fans. We've been playing well, we're learning and we're all enjoying it. "We want to go all the way and we are excited to try and do that". We're giving our all.

"I'm so, so proud of what all of the players and all of the staff have done because we've got to this point because the collective has been so strong".

The Three Lions went into this summer's World Cup with no expectation on their shoulders whatsoever, with the penalty shootout Villain of Euro 96 picking a young and inexperienced squad to take to Russian Federation.

He was reluctant to identify a favourite for the tie, though, highlighting how many of those fancied to win the competition before it began such as Brazil, Germany and Spain have already been ousted.

Maguire is only the fourth player to score their first goal for England in a knockout game in a World Cup. "They have a young, alive, attacking team".

Prince William is the president of the Football Association and has been keenly following the World Cup. The big teams are home.

Video footage from inside the store shows fans dancing on beds and singing after England managed to clinch a spot in the semi-finals of the World Cup for the first time in 28 years.

The defender watched England from the stands at Euro 2016, and he admitted that he has not yet fully come to terms with everything he has achieved in the last two years.

On Sunday, Sweden leave their team base in Gelendzihk, and they leave Russian Federation.

Players inexperienced at global level have driven England's performance at World Cup 2018.

"But the way the tournament is going so far, whoever we come up against, we feel confident we're going to win".

"This team, with every performance I've seen in this tournament, it has been controlled and composed".