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09 July 2018, 07:29 | Elsie Buchanan
If England versus Croatia goes to a penalty shootout, the Three Lions will certainly be in safe hands with Everton's Jordan Pickford between the sticks.
The quarter-final win over Sweden on Saturday saw some fans getting a bit carried away, with the now ubiquitous anthem "it's coming home" featuring heavily.
"I am daring to hope because I think this is a team marked by joy and newness and youth and Gareth Southgate's deep emotional intelligence", said Baddiel, whose iconic song has made its way back up the music charts this week.
"So, to be able to play the way I think we want to play moving forwards, we need goalkeepers of that ilk".
Former England global Gary Neville, who was assistant to Roy Hodgson when they were knocked out by Iceland in last-16 at Euro 2016, felt the current pool of players have shown great maturity throughout the tournament in Russian Federation.
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Jorge Campillo (65) was in third place, a shot further back, and defending champion Jon Rahm was in a share of fourth after a 66. The highest of those was host Rory McIlroy, who shot a 71 to finish in the top 30 on -2.
In one video widely shared online, jubilant football fans can be seen jumping on furniture and kicking items around an IKEA store in Stratford, London following England's win against Sweden.
"Want to say a special thank you to the whole country for the support we've received so far", wrote the Tottenham man.
Sheer class from Alli. England fans have been superb since day one and they're going to have to be louder than ever for the Croatia game.
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He was in cruise control from there and raced to the first set before two more breaks in the second solidified Nadal's domination. Roger Federer reached his 16th Wimbledon quarter-final with an emphatic victory over Adrian Mannarino in the fourth round.
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Mina, who scored three goals for Colombia at the World Cup , has been linked with Merseyside rivals Liverpool and Everton. The Red Devils have also shown that, unlike their last two major worldwide tournaments, the big matches do not faze them.