England target World Cup 2018 semis after Belgium stun Brazil

Mourinho a pundit for Russia Today says Maguire’s England were as theatrical as Colombia

Mourinho a pundit for Russia Today says Maguire’s England were as theatrical as Colombia Ryan Pierse Getty Images

"Hopefully one more game and we're in the final".

Gareth Southgate's young side face the Scandinavians in Samara at 1400 GMT with a place in the last four against either Croatia or hosts Russian Federation up for grabs.

He was 13 when England last won the World Cup and said he believed this team could achieve the same.

England is through to the World Cup semifinal after a 2-0 victory over Sweden.

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England will face off against the victor of Saturday's match between Russian Federation and Croatia for a spot in the World Cup final.

Three Lions throwback Sol Campbell opened the scoring against Sweden at the 2002 World Cup.

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There was no clearer display of that character than England's recovery from their stoppage-time gut-punch against Colombia, before ripping up the script to win a penalty shoot-out.

Whatever your thoughts on their behaviour, a few people made that point that while the fans - who were probably a bit pissed up, to be fair - were happy to go a bit wild at a Swedish store in London, they probably wouldn't dare do that if they were actually in the host nation.

Lee, who is originally from Stockton-on-Tees but now lives in Korea, said: "There weren't too many heart-in-the-mouth moments, compared to the Colombia game, so I'm pumped". "But we said that we're an improving side who want to make our own history". "The players know this and it is just an extra boost for us in terms of motivation".

Headers from Harry Maguire and Dele Alli either side of half-time did the damage in Samara as England secured just their third ever World Cup semi-final, sending fans far and wild into dreamland.

Raheem Sterling then set up Golden Boot leader Kane, who slotted wide, with England - playing in their first World Cup quarter-final since 2006 - starting to find their feet.

"But at the end of the day I still think we're good enough".

England will face off against the victor of Saturday's match between Russian Federation and Croatia for a spot in the World Cup final on Wednesday, July 11. I was at Palace when they weren't quite as good as they are now.

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