Trippier, the England goal-scorer, was injured in the second overtime and could only watch from the bench as the clock ran on England's dream of returning to the World Cup final for the first time since 1966. The ball rebounded nearly out of play, then sat up for Kane to take another shot from less than two yards at a tight angle.
Little Harry held his head in his hands as he stood in front of the TV in sheer shock, when it was revealed Gareth Southgate's team wouldn't be making it into the final.
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.
"We're in a great place, We are an inexperienced team, a young team no one expected us to get this far in the first place".
"We've still got a very important job come Saturday to go and beat the Belgians and get the bragging rights over them because they beat us in the group stage".
"The only wish I have is to lift the cup for Croatia". Three times now we've been a goal down and have come back, and that really says a lot about our team spirit.
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In the final match of the group stage of the tournament, Belgium and England had both already secured their advancement to the knockout bracket, with only their rankings left to be determined. To everyone who believed this time was different. Underneath a mural proclaiming their presence at "Fifa 2018 World Cup Russia", England's heartbroken 23 players sat in numerical order, starters and substitutes often side by side, a collective to the end as they waited for their waistcoated leader to conduct an emotional debrief after the semi-final loss to Croatia. "It's not a waste of time; it's a game we want to play".
Piers Morgan said: "OK, I've stopped wailing".
"I was lying in bed finding the strength to play and it was worth it". I've looked at it every day since - and it was the first thing I looked at when we got back this morning.
Novak Djokovic is Serbia´s best-known sportsman and an idol in his country, but when the 12-time Grand Slam victor voiced support for the Croatia World Cup team, he was condemned by Vladimir Djukanovic, a lawmaker from the ruling Serbian Progressive Party. "They should be more humble and respect their opponents more". "I thank him for everything he did at Real Madrid".
England coach Gareth Southgate praised Kane, who is two goals ahead of Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku for the Golden Boot.