Croatia will meet France in Moscow on Sunday after they came from behind to beat England 2-1 in the semi-finals on Wednesday. Down to two, both teams are unbeaten in the tournament as they contest for the most prestigious trophy in world football.
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Fans stationed behind the goal roared as a young boy wearing the Peresic name ran a scintillating line from nearly halfway to score in a packed away net. One of them was Gareth Southgate, the head coach and manager of the English soccer team.
If we as supporters are struggling to accept the result in Moscow, then the players will be far more upset.
"We, as a team, have made incredible progress and probably got to a stage where at the start of the tournament we would have considered a success".
Southgate certainly believes the World Cup campaign has created a foundation.
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"We were saying, "OK, today we will see who will be tired".
Jubilant Croatian fans honked their auto horns and let off fireworks while England fans sobbed and looked to the future with confidence after Mario Mandzukic's extra-time victor took Croatia to its first World Cup final.
Vicky Pattison said: "England, you should be proud of yourselves". "I can't ask more of him as a captain or as a man over the last three weeks".
He said: "It is not something I am really thinking about right now to be honest".
"But we are still going to be hurting because the game is only a couple of days away and we will still be thinking of the semi-final defeat and what could have been".
Belgium and England will meet in the third-place match of the 2018 World Cup on Saturday.
All the players deserve praise, but the highlight for me was the performances of Harry Maguire, Jordan Pickford, John Stones, Kieran Trippier and Jordan Henderson. They have given us so much to shout about. Panama didn't come close to winning a match at this year's tournament, but fans celebrated like they were lifting the trophy after scoring the first World Cup goal in the country's history.