Comeback kings Croatia revel at World Cup

Russia fan looks dejected at the end of the match during their World Cup Quarter Final vs Croatia in Fisht Stadium Sochi Russia

Comeback kings Croatia revel at World Cup

"I would just walk out of the room, it is an anthem and has followed the team for a long time but involved some hard moments as well".

But Raj Singh, a Canadian who supports England because he has relatives in Britain, said the team may have passed up their best opportunity in a lifetime to reach a World Cup final.

Former England players shared their thoughts on the current team and focused on the future.

"In the second half and in extra time we dominated, we should have finished the job before penalties, but maybe it's written in the stars that we have to go through the extra drama", he added.

Mia Šetula, a Croatian student at Bournemouth University, admitted she will be cheering for England's opponents tonight.

Kieran Trippier celebrates after scoring a powerful free kick goal to give England an early 1-0 lead over Croatia in the World Cup semifinal.

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"It hurts, I don't know what else to say, it hurts", Kane said after the match. But he saved fantastically the first shot in the shootout. "Thank God everything is fine with him". "I've enjoyed all the buzz coming out of this".

In Moscow, some England fans emerged from the Luzhniki Stadium in tears and being hugged by others while jubilant Croatian supporters celebrated around them.

Croatia have multiple injury concerns heading into Wednesday's clash in Moscow, with right-back Sime Vrsaljko the main worry due to a knee injury, while goalkeeper Danijel Subasic was also hurt against Russian Federation in the quarter-finals. "We've made several pieces of history", Southgate said, urging his squad to keep up the level of play they have shown so far.

Vida had on Sunday said that the "glory to Ukraine" video he posted after his team beat Russian Federation on penalties in the World Cup quarter-finals on Saturday night was not a political message. SkyBet had France's odds to win the World Cup outright were set at 1/2. The favourites, the big teams are home.

Paul Sealey, who is visiting the area, said: "The team will do all in their power to win". We can knockout games and we can get to semifinals but the next step is to go one further.

However and wherever you are planning to watch tonight's match do have an enjoyable time, but please do not be ripped off by paying the ridiculous prices that some venues are charging people to simply get into their venues to watch the match. "We worked so hard, the fans were incredible, it was a tough game, a 50-50 game, when we look back we will think there's stuff we could have done better".

Information from Reuters and The Associated Press was used in this report.

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