England V. Croatia, Winner Will Play France

England V. Croatia, Winner Will Play France

Asked how far he thought the still young England team could progress in the next World Cup, he said: "This far, if not the final". "Now I want to go and see what's going on in Russian Federation", said one fan, Michael Roberts, 27, as he waited for his flight.

Infogol's Analyst thinks England will score again from a set-piece against Croatia, but who are they backing to score in Wednesday's semi-final.? But when Mario Mandzukic caught Stones sleeping with just over 10 minutes to play, burying a left-footed shot under Pickford, England's World Cup dream was over. "We worked hard defensively, we needed to take advantage a bit more in the counter-attacks but congratulations to my players and my staff", he said, according to Reuters.

After Croatia stunned England in the second World Cup semifinal on Wednesday, we finally have the matchup that'll determine it all in 2018: France will face off against Croatia on Sunday.

With the 2018 World Cup final locked in, France have opened as the favorites over Croatia for Sunday's match.

Had Kane added to his six goals in Russian Federation with either of his back-to-back chances in the first half against Croatia on Wednesday, when England was dominating and led 1-0, he could yet be lifting the trophy on Sunday. "There's a lot of ifs and buts".

A first World Cup final since 1966 and a showdown with France agonisingly slipped away.

Croatia have yet to lose at this summer's World Cup, having blitzed through the group stage with wins over Nigeria, Argentina and Iceland, before edging past Denmark and Russian Federation on penalties.

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"We still changed the history of the past 28 years".

"They've been unbelievable the whole tournament but at the end of the day, it was our best chance ever and we haven't taken it", Reece said.

Ultimately, their supporters have been England's motivation for success, and as the thousands joyfully celebrated Trippier's goal from a direct free-kick (the first from an England player since David Beckham's against Ecuador in 2006), the feeling was that the nation had rediscovered its heady passion for global football, not felt in nearly thirty years.

"It's been great to get to this stage but we wanted to go on and win it".

He will just be hoping that all of them are fit enough for one last effort against a fearsome French side.

Look at the other teams they'll be up against.

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