Some England fans "disgraceful" after win

Kristopher Nichols
July 10, 2018

Away from his agility and shot-stopping, no previous English goalkeeper has showed such composure and technical ability with his feet, a trait that England manager Gareth Southgate sees as vital for his team's approach.

"It's all there, it's all apparent and we've just got to prepare them as well as we can for the game".

Videos posted to social media saw huge crowds fill the streets in cities across the country after the team made it through to the World Cup semi-finals.

That seems to be quite evident, with what he says, how the team are celebrating with each other - we're not seeing any bad stories.

"The only time we went out was after the first game against Uruguay when we drew 0-0, which wasn't a good start".

"Luck was against us", Cherchesov said.

Lovejoy and Rimmer asked viewers to send in pictures of themselves celebrating England's historic win against Sweden in the quarter-final on Saturday, with "extra points" given to people in Southgate-style waistcoats.

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One of the biggest calls Southgate made prior to departing for Russian Federation was to name Tottenham forward Harry Kane as his captain.

Supporters danced on a London ambulance, leaving it in need of repairs, in another dignified display commemorating the country reaching its first World Cup semi-final in almost three decades.

The World Cup returns on Tuesday with the match between France and Belgium.

Southgate lowered expectations before the tournament, highlighting his team's youth and inexperience, with the result that the public was ready to be forgiving and began to view the side nearly as underdogs.

"They've been through a lot", Southgate added. The penalty shootout win was the first ever for England at the World Cup. They took photographs of themselves with the crowd and unfurled a banner saying "we play for you".

"Cry God for Harry, England and St George!" said the Sunday Telegraph.

Manchester United's Young, who picked up an ankle injury against Colombia, has also improved with rest and rehab work on Wednesday. At 22, Alli became the second-youngest scorer for England at a World Cup behind Michael Owen.

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