Harry Kane gutted after England's World Cup exit

Harry Kane gutted after England's World Cup exit

His friend Joe Carter, 43, from York, added: "We really thought it was going to be different - this was our chance".

Croatia's dream goes on while England wake up. And whether it was the occasion, the panic of watching their FIFA World Cup™ dreams slipping away, or the fact that one of the competition's least experienced sides couldn't fast-track itself through world football's education system quickly enough, it will be a painful period of introspection for this young group of players. "I never thought we'd see the scenes in the fan parks", he said.

A gutted Harry Kane admitted England's exit at the semi-final of the World Cup against Croatia "hurts a lot".

Or the header in stoppage time at the end of 90 minutes when the score was 1-1 and a goal would likely have brought England back to Moscow for the final against France. Less than five minutes into Three Lions' match against Croatia, Kieran Trippier opened the scoring with an absolutely gorgeous free kick strike over an insanely wide Croatian wall. In big games, it's small margins.

'I took Liverpool to the final of the Champions League and now with my national team we are in the final.

"We still changed the history of the past 28 years".

'We have the chance to do something better, and hopefully we can do it on Sunday.

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"It's been great to get to this stage but we wanted to go on and win it".

"We've shown pride and passion".

England's shock run to the last four has captured the nation, and after easing past Sweden with a 2-0 win on Saturday afternoon, they now take on Zlatko Dalic's Croatia in Moscow.

"It's a huge step forward and they'll only get better in the future", he tweeted.

Vida and a team official, both of whom used to play for Ukrainian club Dynamo Kiev, appeared in a pro-Ukraine video posted shortly after Croatia knocked Russian Federation out of the tournament. England coach Gareth Southgate all but conceded he wanted to lose that one so as to avoid a harder route to the semifinal, and his strategy worked, right up until Croatia's Mario Mandzukic beat England 'keeper Jordan Pickford in the 109th minute Wednesday night.

MLS gives us finishes this silly seemingly on the regular, so why does it surprise us when they arrive on our doorstep?

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