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Everton star Jordan Pickford became England's penalty shootout hero as he helped the Three Lions to a dramatic win over Colombia.

Southgate said he was already looking forward to Saturday's quarter-final against Sweden in Samara, with a last-four clash against either Croatia or Russian Federation up for grabs.

Last week there were similar scenes in the Peterborough bar as England fans celebrated Harry Kane's penalty against Panama and his last minute goal against Tunisia. The celebrations, however, did not end in the field as Southgate and his boys took to social media to express their delight.

"It would be easier for England to beat Brazil than to beat Sweden in my opinion, Sweden today are a very hard team to break down", Swede Eriksson, who led England to the 2002 and 2006 World Cup quarter-finals, told Paddy Power News. You see Hendo's one and I don't know how [Barrios] got a yellow card for that.

And if that doesn't make them estatic, than ther royalties will as Three Lions also momentarily topped the iTunes chart, while its '98 release was in the Top 10!

That was the third penalty awarded to the Three Lions during Russian Federation 2018 and Pekerman criticised England for going to ground too easily before a local journalist put a similar observation to Southgate. After a tense 30 minutes which was dominated from Colombians, the tie moved into penalties.

"Jordan (Pickford) is a fantastic goalkeeper and deserves everything, ' Dier added". "Born on Winston Churchill's birthday, Gary Winston Lineker came to England's rescue against a force that left them trembling", wrote William Gildea in The Post.

Well done Gareth Southgate your team did you proud!

It's February 2001 and England have just appointed Sven-Goran Eriksson as their manager after yet another dismal performance at a major football championships.

"I've been criticised for going with my top hand, but as long as you save it, that's all that counts", said Pickford after silencing his critics.

Southampton legend Matt Le Tissier believes that a couple of England players are lucky if they start the next game against Sweden.

"I thought there were many, many fouls in the game and I don't think we conceded anywhere near the number of our opponents".