I don't want to go home yet, says England boss Southgate

With five goals to his name so far England’s talismanic captain Harry Kane has been leading from the front. Here’s a look at all five of his goals scored at the World Cup

With five goals to his name so far England’s talismanic captain Harry Kane has been leading from the front. Here’s a look at all five of his goals scored at the World Cup

Thibaut Courtois has mocked Jordan Pickford for being too short to save the shot from Adnan Januzaj which sealed Belgium's World Cup win over England on Thursday.

In saving the penalty, Pickford became the first England goalkeeper to save a penalty in a World Cup shoot-out since David Seaman against Argentina in 1998.

Fans and former footballers have been sent into a social media frenzy as England won the match on penalties at the end, with goalkeeper Jordan Pickford making a dramatic save to deny Colombia's Carlos Bacca.

"If England win I'll try to be gracious, I'll have a lot of unhappy students who all seem very confident they can beat us".

"We have had nightmare opponents wherever we went, and no matter who we get they'll have to work hard to win".

England will play Sweden at 2am Sunday in their quarter-final match.

"We always knew what we were capable of and performed wonderfully at this tournamen", Pekerman said.

"Just set, react and go".

Former England midfielder Redknapp expects Kane to continue leading a charge for glory in Russian Federation, telling Sky Sports News: "He is our Messi, our Ronaldo". He missed a penalty against Germany at UEFA EURO 1996, and the nightmare resurfaced after England qualified from Group G this time around. "It gives us the belief to go into the Sweden game and we will get straight back to business tomorrow", He told Goal.

"Incredible. He's a fantastic goalkeeper, fantastic attitude and he deserves everything".

England had looked bereft when Colombia drew level in the dying seconds of a match that had long since escaped the control of the referee. You want to help the team and score goals, and we've had a few penalties in this tournament. We've underestimated them for years, they're brilliant at what they do, know exactly how they play.

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