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England finally wins penalty shootout at World Cup

05 July 2018

If England get past Sweden they face a potential semi-final against hosts Russian Federation or Croatia for their first appearance in a final since winning the World Cup for the only time in 1966.

"One England supporter tweeted how proud he is to be English: "[Southgate's] compassion towards the Colombia players who were distraught at losing was humbling, he knows he's been there, the way this man conducts himself, his integrity/honesty/empathy is a joy to see". Can this World Cup get any more mental?

"The spirit's there.Nothing can stop us now".

"It's a long time coming home".

The Barcelona defender scored three times during the tournament, including a last minute equaliser against the Three Lions to send Wednesday's (AEST) game into extra-time.

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"It was a good match, but (I'm) always disappointed when the game goes to penalties - it doesn't show the true potential of the team", said Emma Kinsey, 32, a yoga instructor from Lincoln who lives in Bogota. England have been warned, but would certainly prefer this to an encounter with Brazil, which would have likely been their fate if they had managed to top Group G.

Maradona also said Geiger should have penalised Kane in the build-up to England's second-half penalty, and criticised Pierluigi Collina, head of FIFA's referee committee, for allowing Geiger to officiate the match.

England looked to be heading into the last eight courtesy of Harry's 57th-minute penalty in Moscow, but the towering Yerry Mina headed in a stoppage-time equalizer before a match littered with fouls went to a shootout.

"Every game's a tough game but if there ever was a chance for us to progress it's now", he said.

"There were mixed emotions, highs and lows, even in the penalty shoot-out". "No one laid on the floor and we stood there when it counted". "It showed our togetherness and character", he said.

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"You can talk about things, but the reality of executing it [penalty] under that sort of intensity is a different matter".

England's build-up to Euro 2012 was hugely disturbed by Capello's shock resignation over the Football Association's decision to strip John Terry of the captaincy.

"Our historic record against them is another one we have to put right, but I think we have always viewed them at our level and I don't think that's right because their tournament record is better than ours".

"I think for them, definitely a big moment. Whatever way you want we'll just talk about it". "Now I'm thinking about Sweden". Both teams had the talent to make a run, and one will look back on Russian Federation as a real opportunity to reach a World Cup final.

Another added: "This photo of Gareth Southgate consoling Uribe after he missed a penalty has got me all choked up again".

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England finally wins penalty shootout at World Cup