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De Bruyne and Belgium defeat France as England beat Croatia

10 July 2018, 08:59 | Henrietta Morgan

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The Croatia striker, 32, helped his side reach the World Cup semi-final with a goal and assist against Denmark in the last 16 and Russian Federation in the quarter-final, respectively.

Extra time was needed and Zlatko Dalic's side thought they had the match won when Domagoj Vida's header - with some apparent help from Vedran Corluka - found the back of the net.

It was a similar story in the round-of-16 against Denmark and, on the back of those two gruelling encounters, they now have just four days to prepare for an England side that beat Sweden in 90 minutes.

The semi-final will be played on Wednesday and it promises to be an enthralling affair. "We don't have any chances to win this Cup and of course we are sad". We won't want to stop.

"We're giving our all".

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"I hope we can outdo them".

The Three Lions' biggest football match in decades is set to bring the country to a standstill, with the quarter-final against Sweden kicking off at 3pm United Kingdom time. On the evidence of Croatia at this World Cup, Olic has not wound down.

Although white is traditionally England's first choice kit, they've worn their red away shirt in three of the five games they've played so far in Russian Federation. They were better. They are young and alive.

'There are no favourites in this World Cup - every game is 50-50 and you have to fight it out.

So when Russian Federation won the bid to host the World Cup, Sorokin, a graduate of Moscow State Linguistic University and State Diplomacy who also speaks fluent English and French, was naturally appointed the chairman and chief executive officer of the 2018 Fifa World Cup Local Organising Committee. This is the character of the four teams remaining in the tournament'.

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Russia's most capped player Sergei Ignashevich has retired from the game following the host nation's failure to reach the semifinals of the ongoing FIFA World Cup on Saturday. "When you've got all these other teams, France, Belgium, England, that's the top teams from the beginning and we are the underdogs".

This was the first time since 1994 that a team tied a match after going behind in extra-time.

While England fans dare to dream, the World Cup 2018 final is edging closer each day.

'We took the hard route, we were unlucky in previous major tournaments, particularly at Euros, but now we are collecting those debts at the World Cup this year.

"The most important thing for me is that my national team succeeded and that we do something big".

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