Gary Lineker and Luke Shaw react to Jordan Pickford’s England heroics

World Cup: England fans 'dare to dream' after win over Sweden

Roy Hodgson's men were humbled by Iceland two years ago, sending the national game into a tailspin that only worsened when new boss Sam Allardyce abruptly exited.

England's World Cup quarter-final victory has sparked wild scenes across the country as fans took to the streets to celebrate the team's success.

"It's about keeping performing and getting better, and the more games you play, the better you become". "We know where we are".

"We hardly put a foot wrong".

"We are in this position because guys that are in the squad like (Gary) Cahill, (Phil) Jones, (Danny) Welbeck, (Nick) Pope, (Jack) Butland, (Danny) Rose, the older ones, have been exceptional in their mentality, their attitude to support the team, to train every day".

"We are still buzzing like a fly round a light-bulb", he said.

"I think that collective has been key. No, not really. You can say that, but when players are also working as electricians and stuff like that, it's still pressure".

Kyle Walker, for example, repeatedly found himself in good areas and space to deliver a cross but chose to lay the ball off to players with better delivery like Trippier and Jesse Lingard, who assisted Dele Alli for the second goal.

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Domagoj Vida made it 2-1 for Croatia 10 minutes into the second stanza with a fine header that sailed into the bottom corner. The English team defeated Sweden 2-0.

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What will they do if they actually win the whole damn thing? In 2014, the team didn't even make it out of the group stage. They had bought 32,000 tickets to the matches as of early June.

"You get the sense that Southgate has been part of the team when England have bowled into town, declared themselves favourites and crashed out playing these horribly imbalanced teams full of stars, and overelaborate systems they barely understand".

"We aim to release a further statement by Tuesday PM".

It put England in good stead in Russian Federation and the long term, too, albeit there are still hurdles to overcome.

England fans have had many reasons to celebrate hard over the past few weeks, having eagerly watched their team go from strength to strength in the 2018 World Cup.

"We all are. Not just because of the England win but how we won".

"But now, where we are sitting and with the way the draw has panned out, I believe we can go all the way, without question". They've lined up in freakish formations to confuse their markers - like against Colombia in the round of 16 where four players stood in a row before splintering off.

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