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Comeback kings Croatia have unfinished business at the World Cup

12 Juillet 2018

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.

However, Brosnan said he thought this year's team was different, and they would go forward more than they ever had in the past. In extra time, he leaped high to block John Stones' header, keeping Croatia in the game before Mario Mandzukic scored the winning goal about 10 minutes later.

About a dozen England fans passing through Heathrow wore dark blue waistcoats over their T-shirts in tribute to Southgate who has taken to wearing a waistcoat on the touch-line along with suit pants and a dress shirt and tie.

Prime Minister Theresa May said: "Gareth Southgate and the boys have done a fantastic job and I'm sure that they're going to go on to do well and I wish them all the very best of luck tonight".

The World Cup has been an exciting and well celebrated tournament to date and officers aim to ensure all celebrations surrounding England matches are as enjoyable, safe and crime free as possible.

"We prepared to get to the final and we want to play it". I think my wife would throw me out if I spent that much.

"I was in Nice to watch us lose to Iceland, I was in Kiev to lose against Italy". We haven't said our last word, there is still one more game to go.

CROATIA is going nuts about their team's appearance in the World Cup semi-finals - but one group of fans had particular reason to celebrate during their penalty shootout win over Russian Federation.

Matt Reece, 25, who works in marketing, said England had far outperformed the low expectations of them when the tournament began.

Officers from Durham Constabulary said that when the Three Lions beat Sweden in Saturday's quarter-final game, the force had its busiest night of the year. He said: "I'm gutted".

Asked how many might be ticketless, he said: "It's hard to judge, we know from the ticket sales we can probably reasonably expect through official channels about half that number to get tickets". "We started slowly today but we showed our character and again came from a goal behind just like we did in the previous knockout rounds".

Comeback kings Croatia have unfinished business at the World Cup