Kane: We don't want to go home yet

Howard TerryJul 10, 2018

"We watched the game today and saw how good they are from dead-ball situations", captain Luka Modrić said.

Maguire continued his superhuman-like defending in the World Cup quarter-finals. I'm sure it it's bringing back memories for them and for Gary (Lineker) when he was in the semi-final.

"The consistent comparisons and messages I receive from friends all came about since Harry Kane's success at Tottenham over the past two years, and especially this World Cup".

Nearly 20 million people in Britain tuned in for the victory over Sweden, not accounting for the many more who watched in pubs and public viewing areas.

"It's massive for us", Maguire said. We had the sense before the game that we don't want to go home yet.

Croatia became only the second team to win successive penalty shootouts at the World Cup, following in the footsteps of Argentina in 1990, when they overcame Russian Federation 4-3 on Saturday to follow up their win over Denmark in the previous round.

Following a series of loan moves, he quickly debunked any beliefs he was a one-season wonder, and scored just 79 seconds into his England debut against Lithuania in March 2015.

"It will be very hard, he is the top scorer and the best England player, alongside [Raheem] Sterling", Dalic told a news conference on Sunday. "It means so much to us all and we're singing the chants, we know the chants and we're going along with them".

It has been an fantastic ascent for the Sheffield-born defender, who only made his England debut in a 1-0 qualifying victory over Lithuania in October.

"So to be here, to be part of it, I'm so proud".

England's achievement in reaching the last four has been played down by some after they qualified from a group containing Tunisia and Panama before meeting Colombia and Sweden in the knockout phase. "We managed to stop Messi and [Christian] Eriksson so hopefully we can stop Kane".

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