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Van der Sar backs Belgium for World Cup glory

11 July 2018, 10:01 | Henrietta Morgan

Van der Sar backs Belgium for World Cup glory

Van der Sar backs Belgium for World Cup glory

Several players and managers have a odd belief that they must go through the exact same routine prior to every game in order to guarantee success but Southgate no longer falls into that category. "So, they should - we've got trust in them doing that". "He can wear a tutu if we carry on winning".

Commentators seem to agree that the current young England team have been playing intelligently and with discernible teamwork. So famous were his crosses that a movie, "Bend It Like Beckham", was spun off it in 2002.

Speaking to The Mirror, Elton explained: "I've learned that the simplest things in life, like having a minute with them, are worth more than any painting, any photograph, any house or hit record".

"I don't know to what extent you see the level of celebrations in Croatia. Until last night, when all the pain was removed and when we finally experienced a revival of 1998", the Sportski Novosti newspaper said after that match. One chance for Kane, Maguire and Pickford to join Hurst, Moore and Banks as football's history men.

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He said: "I think Croatia have a better side".

But it's more than just England's crossing ability.

Southgate himself recognizes the contributions of everyone, from the physiotherapists to the players who push their teammates in practice but rarely get into a game, even to fans back home.

Southgate also recruited Allan Russell, the team's attack coach, who has keenly studied set-play moves in American Football and the National Basketball Association.

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Mbappe appeared unsafe throughout, creating six scoring chances for his side, who will wait the winners of Wednesday's other semi between England and Croatia. England has been craving a top title since it won the World Cup in 1966 and has a tremendous, unforseen opportunity ahead, with the weight of its country on its shoulders.

Southgate conceded the tune brings back painful memories from 22 years ago, when he missed the crucial penalty in England's semi-final defeat to Germany, and is happy to see it take on new meaning for a new generation.

In the photo, the words have been changed to "Gareth Southgate Street", in tribute to England manager Gareth Southgate.

The Three Lions once again scored from a dead ball situation, their eighth set-piece goal of this World Cup. Ticket services reported hundreds of people were trying to dump theater tickets for Wednesday because they had more pressing business elsewhere.

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