"The dream goes on!"
Nearly 20 million people in Britain watched England reach the Soccer World Cup semi-finals on television, viewing figures showed on Sunday, not accounting for the many more who watched in pubs.
"There was just pandemonium", said Edward Stapley, 26, who watched the game at The St Christopher's Inn, a pub near London Bridge.
Either hosts Russian Federation or Croatia are all that stands between England and a first World Cup final since they won the tournament on home soil in 1966.
The world's "It's Coming Home" have been echoing around England ahead of the Three Lions big match against Sweden this afternoon. Sports analysts differently assess the teams ' chances of reaching the final of the world championship.
Russian Federation - the lowest-ranked nation at their own tournament - refused to die despite enjoying just 36 percent of possession against a superior Croatian team led by Luka Modric.
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Get your waistcoats out, LADS! Another football fan flying to Croatia to watch the game is James Stephenson, from Winton. They'll have to be hugely proud of the team and they must think that they can beat us.
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The host nation, who beat Spain on penalties in the last 16, failed to convert two of their spot-kicks, leaving Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic with match point and he made no mistake, sealing a 4-3 win.
Russian Federation coach Stanislav Cherchesov lamented that fortune had not smiled on his side.
Gareth believes, the fans believe, now it is time for the players to finish the job.
But Modric said they would be ready to face Southgate's men.
"The last time England were like this was at Euro '96, when Terry Venables gave the players respect as adults, and let us breathe, which took the pressure off, and created a spirit which hasn't been seen again in the national team until this summer".
"We expect a very hard, tight and demanding match". We want to be here till the end.
The match kicks off at 3pm (BST), with home-side Russian Federation taking on Croatia later on today to find who will be going through to the quarter-finals.