Published: Wed, July 11, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

England fans 'dare to dream' after win over Sweden

England fans 'dare to dream' after win over Sweden

Gareth Southgate's side have made the most of landing on the favourable side of the knockout stage draw in Russian Federation to make their way through to the last four .

Confidence is building within the squad, while patriotism is soaring back home as fans dare to believe that a long wait for senior worldwide honours could be about to come to an end.

England soccer fans finally have something to cheer about.

According to the Daily Mail, one of the players was overheard saying: "We could do without this today". "We knew set-plays would be a big thing".

It's like 1996 all over again across England as football fans blurt out "IT'S COMING HOME!" at any opportunity, and now even the England Manager is getting in on the act.

Klopp defends Karius after latest Liverpool blunder
On the match, Klopp continued: "Apart from the goals [conceded] everything was pretty much good". Our job is to support Loris, that's our part of the deal.

Croatia boss Dalic: 'England have no real weakness'
President Vladimir Putin was among those who praised the team on Saturday for their World Cup 2018 journey. "I'm not thinking about it, only about my national team succeeding", he said .

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin Kiss During Romantic Stroll in NYC
Everybody knows that at a certain point in time that turned into something else, but that just happens when you're 18, 19. Does this mean that the years have allowed the two love birds to realize that they were meant for each other? .

The Tottenham striker will become the first man to captain the Three Lions in a semi-final since Terry Butcher in 1990 when he takes the armband against Croatia on Wednesday - and the significance of the moment is not lost on him.

Captain Harry Kane, who leads the goalscoring charts in Russian Federation with six strikes, failed to find the net for the first time but said confidence was high after England posted their best run at a major tournament since Euro '96.

"I thought we did well, did well. We are one step closer to what is the biggest game in football as a professional". "We are enjoying it and we've got keep doing what we are doing and make the country proud".

It was Trippier's 30th minute header that Maguire thundered into the net, rising like a Soyuz rocket to give Robin Olsen no chance and England a vital opening goal against a side that was giving little away.

Like this: