England and Sweden into World Cup quarter-final


"It's shameful that this happens in the round of 16 of a World Cup". They could play comfortably with two defenders and put the extra man in midfield.

Weston's bars were transformed into theatres resembling the stands of the Spartak Stadium in Moscow, as Gareth Southgate's men booked a date with Sweden in the last eight on Saturday after a gruelling win against Colombia on penalties.

That could mean Uruguay sit back even more than usual and try to contain France, hoping to catch them on the counter attack. They're just not good enough to go toe-to-toe with Croatia.

Brazil: Along with Uruguay, Brazil share the best defensive record, having conceded just once in four games so far and are slowly starting to hit their stride at the other end of the field too as Neymar struck his second goal of the tournament in the last 16.

Some cheering on the Three Lions were issued with a warning from fitness trackers stating "Apple Watch detected a heart rate rose above 120 BPM while you appeared to be inactive during the ten-minute period". What we know is this Russian side is more than willing to sit back in two blocks of five and grind for 90 minutes or more.

"But I would say at the moment England - nobody speaks about England but they are risky - Brazil or France". Is it really coming home? It drops behind the ball better than anyone at this tournament and doesn't take chances in its own third. Well his tactical advice gives us some insight into what things would have been like. Their mindset is that "our structure, our collective mentality, our belief" can see us through any occasion.

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It doesn't matter if I get runs or I don't get runs, what I want is the team to play well and the team to win", he insisted. In T20 cricket, you have to be at your absolute best because the game is so short and you don't have second chances.

Kitt said he felt guilty about celebrating in front of his wife, but the couple say they are now looking forward to supporting England on Saturday.

The Three Lions progressed to the quarter finals of the tournament after a feisty match in Moscow on Tuesday night, with Jordan Pickford's fine save to deny Carlos Bacca giving Eric Dier the opportunity to win the tie.

"And today I saw a monumental robbery on the pitch".

The popular tabloid, known for its provocative headlines, ran with a front-page picture of England captain Harry Kane and the words "Go Kane!", a pun on Colombia's reputation as a drug exporter.

"Wooo! That was phenomenal game of football!"