The Three Lions continue to roar.
Swedish players applaud their fans after their loss to England.
Hart, who played cricket for his local club as a youngster before focusing on football, also held a catch to remove visiting batsman Ethan Brookes in his first game back in 13 years.
Reflecting during his post-match press conference, Andersson told the assembled reporters (via Sky Sports) that he could envisage England going on to win the World Cup.
It was an assured performance against an ultimately toothless Sweden side as Harry Maguire headed England in front after 30 minutes, before Dele Alli made sure of the win in the second half. It was England's eighth set-piece goal of its 11 in Russian Federation, and the center back's first in worldwide soccer. "I hope that, when they look at us, they know that everything is possible and that they can also go far".
The celebrations cut across England as rowdy fans took to the streets, with videos showing fans in Manchester, Birmingham and Nottingham all focusing their attention on buses and bus stops.
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Viktor Claesson's hopeful effort from distance was the best rudimentary Sweden managed in a scrappy opening, but the Three Lions were doing little better as Alli overhit a through ball after snatching possession off over-confident Emil Krafth.
And while both teams, drinking side-by-side, were civil enough during the game.
England forward Raheem Sterling has yet to score at the World Cup from his unusual position as the support striker to Kane, and his finishing let him down against Sweden.
Maguire outjumped the much smaller Emil Forsberg to nod low into the corner, as England scored for the eighth time in Russian Federation from a dead-ball situation.
At least England had proved a goal threat, whereas Sweden's blunt attack failed to muster a shot on target until two minutes of the restart.
Then, as Sweden looked to get back into the match, the favorites finished them off.
They lacked the resilience displayed in the last-16 defeat of Switzerland, but Andersson said the outcome was through England's excellence more than anything.