Published: Thu, July 12, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

England Fan Says He Has 'No Regrets' Over 'World Cup Winners' Tattoo

England Fan Says He Has 'No Regrets' Over 'World Cup Winners' Tattoo

"We can all see the difference he has made for England, not only with his goals but also because of his great movement, which creates so many chances for team-mates".

"To meet any heroes from '66 is incredible". The 24-year-old added: "This will hurt and it's not every World Cup you get to play in a big game like this and it's going to hurt for a while".

Mario Mandzukic shot past England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford in the 109th minute and Croatia closed out a 2-1 victory to reach their first World Cup final.

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England had only ever played there once (a 2-1 defeat to Russian Federation back in 2007), and it seems like the curse / losing streak is destined to continue for the time being.

"We worked as hard as we could... it hurts, it hurts a lot and it will hurt for a long time". It just hurts. It shows we can win knockout games; the next stage is to go one further.

Instead, the mum-of-one has sent her father to the World Cup in her place.

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Nearly 20 million people in Britain tuned in for the victory over Sweden, not accounting for the many more who watched in pubs and public viewing areas. "We're very proud of what we have achieved but I said at the start of this tournament, we are all winners - we want to win everything we do", he explained. I'm sure there was stuff we could have done better, but we worked as hard as we could.

England coach Gareth Southgate praised Kane, who is two goals ahead of Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku for the Golden Boot.

"I'd be amazed if he hadn't been carrying an injury since the Colombia game", Neville said on ITV.

"As a player I know I have a job, on and off the pitch, to inspire people", he said.

"To inspire kids watching this tournament is fantastic because I was one of those kids growing up who wanted to play for England".

In light of the heartbreak, Prince William took to Twitter to commend the England team, writing: "I know how disappointed England must feel right now but I couldn't be more proud of this team and you should hold your heads high".

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