English golfers react to country's semifinal World Cup loss to Croatia

English golfers react to country's semifinal World Cup loss to Croatia

And fans in Zagreb went wild as their team moved on, cheering and waving flags in the streets.

England were the favourites heading in to the semifinal, but it wasn't to be, and those watching at home were left distraught, some in tears.

After the match, soccer fans in the United States and around the world reacted to England's loss with either heartbreak, or reveled in their failure. Thanks for the memories England!

He added: "Let me tell you, whether we win or lose the game, my life will not change", he said.

After Croatia stunned England in the second World Cup semifinal on Wednesday, we finally have the matchup that'll determine it all in 2018: France will face off against Croatia on Sunday.

Crowds gathered in London's Hyde Park, Millennium Square in Leeds, Nottingham Castle, Birmingham's Archway outdoor cinema - and even Los Angeles.

According to the Russian Ministry of Communications, almost 7,000 more England fans ordered a Fan ID after England's quarter-final win against Sweden on Saturday.

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Croatia looked vulnerable from set-pieces against Russian Federation, conceding the equaliser in extra-time via a set-play, so this is an area England can exploit. He said: "I'm gutted".

Pop star Cheryl, who earlier tweeted to say she was running late and had missed the first goal, congratulated the team on what they had achieved.

"It looked at the least we would take the game beyond extra-time, but great credit to them, they managed to produce the moments that won the game".

Croatia opened at 60-1 World Cup odds to win the entire tournament; entering the semis, it was still the underdog at 4-1.

"A lot of surprises at the World Cup, with Germany, Argentina, they are out of the competition, but also surprised by England, how they play, their style, how they play different to the past", he said. "Why didn't you ask me about when I played well against him?" "We'll be there and it's a once in a lifetime opportunity seeing them in the World Cup".

Predicting a "difficult and intriguing match for both teams", the Liverpool centre-back dismissed the notion that Croatia are at a disadvantage because they have had to play 120 minutes twice in a week.

Another football fan flying to Croatia to watch the game is James Stephenson, from Winton.

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