Croatian Saultites celebrate World Cup victory

Supporters of team England gather in Red Square

Supporters of team England gather in Red Square

"It's fantastic, we're so excited", said Christopher Tomas, owner of the Croatian Corner deli, of Croatia's win. "Now I want to go and see what's going on in Russian Federation", said one fan, Michael Roberts, 27, as he waited for his flight.

England's Harry Kane applauds their fans after the match against Croatia July 12, 2018.

Hurting England players helped console their heartbroken supporters in the stands as their World Cup dream came to a cruel end. "We worked hard defensively, we needed to take advantage a bit more in the counter-attacks but congratulations to my players and my staff", he said, according to Reuters.

Because for all the love this young and dynamic England team has earned - and earn it they did - in taking a country badly in need of some good news on the global stage on an unforgettable ride over the last month, reaching their first World Cup semifinal in nearly 30 years, there's no guarantee they'll get a better chance to play for a major title.

John Stones has been England's third-biggest attacking threat at this World Cup, being on the end of 1.45 xG, and scoring twice from the chances he has had.

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It was a rollercoaster, with England going 1-0 up within the first five minutes thanks to Kieran Trippier but Croatia clawed one back in the second half.

"I just believe we can come back another time, and I hope before I die I see England win the World Cup", Ogunde said.

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Coach Didier Deschamps gave the team a one-day off to rest and recover from the gruelling battle, which victory took them to the final of the competition. There's a lot we could have done better. "We restored some pride back into the shirt, which was an important thing for us to do".

Croatia stopped England from doing what they're good at.

England fans were left devastated after Croatia scored the victor in extra time. "For us, it was impressive to watch a team such as the English, that is so strong physically, and they couldn't keep up anymore, and we did have that energy".

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