Sweden have never won a World Cup game in which they trailed at half-time, and they rarely looked like addressing that statistic here.
Those same friends are now out in Russian Federation, but this time the 25-year-old Maguire is playing a crucial role in England's improbable World Cup quest.
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Cheeky supporters sang "It's Coming Home" as display cushions were scattered across the shore's showroom floor.
While another said: "Honestly no need for this" and another said: "Can't they just enjoy their success without wrecking the place?"
Alli, who suffered a slight thigh injury in the team's opening fixture against Tunisia has been playing in a rather unusual role for Southgate, further back behind than where he usually plays at club level. "Of what we have done together".
All the love was for one man as the first goal went in.
Despite missing out in the Russian Federation 2018 FIFA World Cup, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is now backing his country Sweden to reach the semifinal of the championship. It is has been refreshing to watch the English national team so relaxed and comfortable. And even if it's summer, the typical Christmas tree - spruce trees - have been more popular than ever.
"I am Swedish and I believe in Sweden against England". That we have got players with super technique.
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"I think he has handled his roles with real maturity and has recognised the importance of being a voice for the team away from the pitch". Looking at how the country has reacted, there is no doubt that he is right.
"We are in the World Cup semi-finals". "Winning is the main thing, that's always what we set out to do and we've done that today".
Alongside Manchester City duo John Stones and Kyle Walker, he saw out England's first clean sheet of the tournament - a factor that will have pleased Southgate no end, after expressing his desire to see defensive improvements during Friday's pre-match news conference. It's worked against the best in the world several times. "We know there is still a big game ahead but we are feeling good, confident".
"We are in this position because guys that are in the squad like (Gary) Cahill, (Phil) Jones, (Danny) Welbeck, (Nick) Pope, (Jack) Butland, (Danny) Rose, the older ones, have been exceptional in their mentality, their attitude to support the team, to train every day".
"We are a team who are still improving", Southgate said.
Even if England does not win in Russian Federation or even make the final, there is still plenty more ground for this song to cover in 2018. But when they arrive in Stockholm, they do so as heroes.
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