In a modern sporting miracle, Croatia, a nation of just four million people, will play in the FIFA World Cup™ Final.
Croatia goalkeeper Danijel Subasic makes a desperate save in a close-range shot from England captain Harry Kane.
The ball hit the post, ricocheted off Subasic and somehow looped up to safety.
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The front pages are in stark contrast to how England's performance was portrayed in 2014, when the team were knocked out in the group stages - the first time since 1958.
History in Turin 28 years ago had its echo in Moscow on Wednesday (NZT Thursday).
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Eric Dier then scored the next penalty and England won the shootout 4-3.
In Russia, teams can pay a heavy price for not getting a second goal to reward itself for a dominating period of play.
The mutual appreciation between squad and fans was slightly marred by news on Thursday that Federation Internationale de Football Association had opened disciplinary proceedings against the FA following a report of possible discriminatory chanting by England supporters during the Croatia match.
England learned that in its opening game against Tunisia.
In their other appearance, in 1966, in London, they entered popular folklore by beating West Germany, an achievement that many fans have long thought they would never see again.
"When they come up against a decent team, I think it's inevitable that they were going to struggle tonight", he added.
However, fans said the side had "finished further than anyone dreamed".
"This will hurt for a while but we can hold our heads up, it's been a fantastic journey but we've got to learn from it and take what we can".