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World Cup 2018 Beers And Cheers As England Fans Go Wild Over Win

Fans celebrate England's quarter-finals win over Sweden

Dele Alli has said that he takes great pride from the fact that England's run deep into the World Cup is helping to reunite the nation back home.

Picture of the day Man of the moment Harry Maguire, who scored his first global goal against Sweden, takes to the oche.

"No one wants to go home".

"When you look at it like that".

The players have seen the videos of fans wildly celebrating their quarter-final victory over Sweden and are aware of the mood in England but Dier says their eyes are fixed on their next task.

The coach of the 1998 side, Jaroslav Ciro Blazevic, said for a long time he did not want any other team to match his players' achievements. I knew I would get a chance.

"He's quick, he's dynamic and hopefully the goals are going to come now in these two last important games". I think we've shown enormous character.

'We've played well, I think we've shown vast character. It's unbelievable because I was one of those kids growing up who wanted to play for England.

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"We've been always returning to the 1998 team, putting a new burden on Modric and his team". I think in the first half I wasn't as sharp or as good on the ball as I should have been. I just get emotional when I think about my boy on these type of pictures with his team mates and the World Cup.

"To be so dominant, to create and be so patient shows maturity in our play". We have to just adapt ourselves to their game plan but also they have to worry about us.

"I think it is important to want to achieve a lot more".

"But now, I pray and I would give anything in the world that this squad eventually "confines us to history".

"Every day I have been working to improve so I hope I can go further".

Croatia players were less vocal on social media after narrowly progressing to their first semi-final appearance since 1994, but it can not be denied that the players are not motivated for Wednesday evening.

Asked how he would feel seeing his son running around the stadium with the World Cup next weekend if England make it and win, he said: 'I think I'll have a heart attack or something like that.

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