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England fans party hard after World Cup win over Sweden

England fans party hard after World Cup win over Sweden

Leicester defender Maguire featured for England in their World Cup quarter-final tie against Sweden on Saturday afternoon. Kane, 24, made his way into the stand following the game and picked up a mobile phone.

'I think we've developed very well here, we've showed a good level and had the right attitude, commitment and fight from the beginning, ' said Dier, a late substitute against Sweden.

"I was expecting a tough game but we did really well against them".

"Wednesday's cancelled! Fans go wild as Three Lions reach first World Cup semi-final for 28 years", said the Sun on Sunday after England beat Sweden 2-0 in the Russian city of Samara.

"We did beautifully to get this far". "We have an outstanding mentality in these players, a humility and recognition of where they were 18 months ago and the work needed to get to here".

"It's a great day because we've renewed our vows but even better that it's topped off - England won", she told the Press Association.

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Few know the pathways better than the Football Association's former head of elite development and Under-21s manager, with Southgate believing better technical players are tempering the fact just 33 per cent of Premier League players are English.

"We know that in years to come they will be stronger but today was a huge opportunity for us and not something we wanted to miss out on".

Mrs Hogg said they are off on holiday to Turkey. That we have got players with super technique.

It's thought the lower figure is reflective of the number of fans who watched the game in pubs or on public screens along with fellow supporters.

"This is massive for the country, we need something positive at the moment and the World Cup brings everyone together, including fans of different football clubs".


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