Harry Kane Says "We're Buzzing" After Reaching Semi-Finals

Jul 08, 2018, 05:28
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"England looked like the team that really wanted to get to the semi-final", said the RT expert. A very solid team.

He added: "When I have digested the result, I will support Three Lions".

The Swedes have plenty of time for a nap before they take on England at 1700 local time (1400 GMT), with hosts Russian Federation facing Croatia later in the evening in Sochi.

On Twitter, some fans talk about similar exploits in order to get attention, knowing there is no way South Korea will win the World Cup, ensuring they gain extra followers but do not have to seek out edible hats.

"I suppose deep down I've always held those beliefs and held my own values", Southgate said.

"What I think about England national team is more or less what I think about France: a group of young players with talent".

"Kane can drag England to semi-finals but I have some doubt about the squad after I saw the two matches with Belgium and Colombia". I was at Crystal Palace when they weren't quite as good as they are now.

"This was a friendly match against Bury; yes there was 40,000 here so there was a slight bit of pressure, especially for the new players because it's the first time they will be judged".

"But also, this might be one of the best opportunities we ever have and we don't want to fall short by not being prepared or committed to what we're doing".

Despite the euphoria, the paper found fault with England's victory.

"I think that is probably starting to register with them now - maybe I tell the truth most of the time". "Know what I mean love?"

The song, which includes the lyrics "football's coming home, it's coming home", was originally released in 1998 for the the European Championships in 1996.

Kyle Walker, within moments of the final whistle in today's win over Sweden, proved his bantability with a hilarious with a superb dig at goalscoring hero Harry Maguire.