England hailed as heroes after World Cup heartache

England hailed as heroes after World Cup heartache

England are out of the World Cup after losing 2-1 to Croatia in the semi-finals.

Self-confessed football fan and president of the FA Prince William, 36, shared a rare personal message on Twitter last night after England narrowly missed out on a spot in the 2018 World Cup final.

Football fans in Reading had a traumatic evening as they went through all the emotions as England crashed out of the World Cup.

However, Kane has not added to his tally since that Colombia match during the round of 16 and Neville is adamant England's star striker picked up an injury during the clash against the South Americans and has been playing hurt ever since.

In-fact, 72% of England's goals have come from set-pieces. "But from the second half onwards we played much better, and we showed our real standard", said Perisic.

Customer Dean Lovett, who was checking in, said: "It's going to be really tight when I get there".


Thousands of fans gathered at major outdoor screenings for the knockout games as World Cup fever gripped the nation.

Some of them are genuine works of arts, while others are just downright weird.

In Moscow, Croatia fans said they were taken aback by their side's win.

Southgate was reluctant to draw any positives from England's World Cup experience so soon after the crushing loss to Croatia, but said there obviously were many high points and pointed to a bright future for his young, talented squad after their success in Russian Federation.

Both of his goals came from set-plays, and given he is averaging 0.29 xG per 90 minutes, he can be expected to get at least one chance in this game. Thank you, England": "A simple message of gratitude from the Express, accompanied by a picture of Southgate and his players showing their appreciation to the travelling supporters.

"Pride of Lions": A more defiant back page insists, "We're coming home but with heads held high" and "our time will come".

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