Croatia fans display banner in downtown Moscow

Croatia fans display banner in downtown Moscow

England had history in their hands and a first World Cup final since 1966 in their sights as the clock ticked past 10pm in Moscow - only to let it all slip away and so leave this historic city with familiar feelings of despair and disappointment.

Officers are now calling on the public to stay out of trouble during and after tonight's game against Croatia, which kicks off at 7pm.

As more players piled on, they crashed into the photographers.

Team mate Mario Mandzukic then struck in the 109th minute to complete their third straight comeback win.

Croatia's 3-0 win over Argentina in the group stage was a clear signal that the team led by midfield maestro Luka Modric was a real threat with their clever passing and movement.

"They'll be the best team we've played in terms of what they're capable of doing with the ball, and what their individuals are capable of, definitely", he said (via Sky Sports).

They should have turned up, it's the semi-final of a World Cup.

"70 minutes we battered them".

"England we're proud of you, that's all I've got to say".

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The Three Lions' failure to reach their first World Cup final in 52 years was greeted with desolation in the stadium in Moscow. "I don't think so".

At England's first two group games there were only about 2,000 fans present each time, but as fears of hooliganism and violence in Russian Federation have so far proved unfounded, and Gareth Southgate's team have progressed further in the tournament than most expected, the dash to Moscow commenced.

"We do not want these individuals to spoil it for the rest and anyone caught causing trouble for tomorrow's match will be dealt with robustly and will face the full force of the law".

"I just feel so disappointed".

"If I was in charge of the FA there would be no doubt that I would keep Gareth Southgate and Steve Holland in their jobs and give them the chance to take the team to the next Euros and the next World Cup".

If they win, they head to the final against France. "We worked so hard, the fans were awesome, it was a tough game, a 50-50 game, when we look back we will think there's stuff we could have done better".

"I get a lot of vibes from England with the chants and all that stuff". He said: "I'm gutted".

"They can't get rid of them fast enough".

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