England fans trash Ikea singing 'it's coming home' after Sweden win

Croatia manager Zlatko Dalic. Mohamed Messara  EPA

Croatia manager Zlatko Dalic. Mohamed Messara  EPA

"What I think about England national team is more or less what I think about France: a group of young players with talent".

Millions will be gripped in front of televisions across the United Kingdom, while in Samara, Russia, thousands of travelling supporters will watch their national side attempt to secure a first semi-final at the tournament in 28 years. The victory left revelers in Montreal's Burgundy Lion feeling pretty good - though the liquid refreshments may have helped.

"We were sad and disappointed but we mustn't forget that we put in an excellent performance", Andersson said after Saturday's 2-0 quarterfinal loss to England.

"It's been really good here, especially when we win".

"I think there are a real lot of disappointed people who have done England for years and years and their families have, quite rightly, said this is what we've been shown on television".

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Staff at the Pav Tav, as it is affectionately known, do not have anything like that lined up for the Sweden game, but can guarantee one thing: a booming atmosphere, as has been the case for each England World Cup match so far, barring the Belgium one. "I knew they were going to win, I have faith".

"I wanted to try and gather all the players out on the pitch". Alli went past Jimmy Greaves, who was 22 years and 103 days old when he scored at the 1962 World Cup.

England fans were filmed tearing up an Ikea in east London as supporters chose to rub some salt in Swedish wounds.

Harry Maguire opened up the scoring in the first half as England continued to excel on set pieces and free kicks.

"We don't fear Croatia or Russian Federation and the final is a one-off game, so it's a lottery".

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"We just have to go again, keep doing what we are doing and make the country proud".

"Maybe we need to encourage him a little bit more to get into those areas where I think his strengths lie and where he can have the biggest impact on the game". They are really important messages for us.

The last time they got this deep was in 1994, when they lost to Brazil 1-0 in the semifinals in Pasadena.

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