Moscow police said on Tuesday they had detained a person who vandalised a statue of a renowned Soviet football player outside the Spartak stadium, where England were playing Colombia in a Round of 16 match.
This is England's first ever win in a World Cup shootout.
"It's the headline we have waited a lifetime to write".
The Leicester City man came on as an 88th-minute substitute in the knockout contest, which England won 4-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.
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The largest British audience for a live sporting event since the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics watched the shootout - 23.6 million viewers tuned in.
England face Sweden on Saturday in the World Cup quarter finals, knowing they are 90 minutes away from being in the last four of the competition.
"It's not straightforward because we won't see everything, but we'll have a feel from what they're reporting and the way they're running, and then we can try to make the best decisions we can". "Hopefully more people will learn about our country because of this team".
The England manager knew that practice could only help, that preparing his players technically and psychologically for the moment was an investment of time and resources that might be rewarded. They have created their own story and made history. "Some just cramp, and some need just a little bit more assessment, so we'll know more over the next 36 hours".
The idea that the girl group's saccharine hit record would be revived as a paean to the England manager would have seemed improbable before the tournament kicked off, but World Cup fever can have rather odd symptoms.
"SPOT-PICK HERO" - More penalty puns from the Star on the back page with Pickford's save the focus, after England "finally ended their penalty hoodoo".