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Harry Kane England World Cup 06242018

Some supporters at bars were seen walking out because they didn't want to witness yet another heartbreaking World Cup exit for the Three Lions.

England has finally ended its penalties curse, beating Colombia 4-3 in a shootout after drawing their FIFA World Cup last-16 clash 1-1, following extra time after the South Americans equalised in the 93rd minute.

That included Dier himself, who sought to involve himself in the melee of England players on the Moscow pitch.

Colombia slotted its first three attempts from the spot and England did the same with its first two before goalkeeper David Ospina dived full stretch to his left to stop Jordan Henderson finding the back of the net.

The paper revels in being able to at last print: "It's the headline we have waited a lifetime to write..."

Southgate has suffered more than most from England's penalty torture in the past.

This is England's first ever win in a World Cup shootout.

England captain Harry Kane celebrates scoring a goal against Colombia at the Football World Cup in Russian Federation. I just thought if the fourth is a pressure penalty, then what about the fifth?

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With the goal differential advantage, Sweden won the group and will face Group E runner-up Switzerland on Tuesday. Paulinho and Thiago Silva scored a goal each to give the five-time champs first place in Group E.

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"Cheats did not prosper".

"There have been a lot of questions about us about how we are a young team and that we don't have much experience".

The Mirror labelled them: "Snarling, cynical Colombians", while the Sun said: "Brute Force - Kane 'n Co hold their own in street fight".

England will now face Sweden in the quarter-finals. "There is... Nothing to Fear", trumpeted the Daily Mail.

At 6ft 5in, Courtois is one of the most imposing goalkeepers on the worldwide scene and is the joint-third tallest out of 736 players competing at the World Cup this summer.

"Fors is Strong... Swedes have no stars..."

"If Gareth Southgate's team can not take care of this lot in the quarter-finals, they probably should not bother coming home".

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