Could we be watching World Cup semi-final on a big screen?

Could we be watching World Cup semi-final on a big screen?

Gareth Southgate believes his England team winning the World Cup might be greeted with even greater fanfare than Sir Alf Ramsey's heroes enjoyed when they lifted the trophy in 1966.

The Tottenham defender did however start England's last group game against Belgium, and could feature from the bench against Croatia, as he did against Colombia in the last 16 match.

"What will be important is the energy your players can bring‚ and their belief they can get to the final".

The World Cup in Russian Federation has thrown up no shortage of surprises as favorites have been toppled, heroes vanquished and new stars born.

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"I wasn't born the last time England reached a World Cup semi-final (in 1990)", England keeper Jordan Pickford pointed out when asked about past glories.

Marks & Spencer, which has been the official suit supplier to the England team since 2007, said demand for waistcoats has risen 35% thanks to what they say is "the Gareth Southgate effect".

"Straight after that game you want the floor to eat you up".

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England footballing icon Paul Gascoigne has told the current Three Lions crop to "watch each other's back" as they prepare for their World Cup semi final clash with Croatia. "If you do go on to win the tournament - and I hope you do - it would have an indescribable effect".

Kieran Trippier says the support and reaction from fans to England's World Cup campaign at home and in Russian Federation continues to inspire the Three Lions squad.

"1998 will never be forgotten and should not be, but I would love it if eventually the 1998 "Fiery Ones" can be moved aside so that we can talk not only about 1998 but also a bit about 2018", the former Real Madrid player said.

"Of course, it's a pity that I've spent so little time on the pitch, but there are always injuries in football", Dzagoev said.

"Recovery is key" was the message which had been emblazoned across England's social media outlets on Sunday.

The result has been a rekindling of the relationship between England fans and their team that few could have foreseen after the Euro 2016 debacle.

A Glaswegian who came through the academy at Rangers, Russell works with England's forwards and has been praised for helping the team score more goals from set-pieces.

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