England Get Trolled Online After 'It's Coming Home' Mantra Becomes Obsolete

Sergio Cunningham
July 12, 2018

The Duke of Cambridge has issued a rallying call to the England team ahead of their World Cup clash with Croatia, saying: "Come on England - it's coming home!"

Saric said that he and his community will celebrate the win with a big barbeque right behind the Fifth Avenue garage at which they all gather to watch the games, the same way they've celebrated every previous victory for Team Croatia this year. "We were a group of guys having a lot of fun, enjoying our football, learning and improving all the time - and that's what these lads have done". That's what we wanted to do with our younger teams. "We have a great opportunity now to get to the final", added Southgate. "We were able to win again after going to extra time".

"So we are very grateful for you joining us here this evening as well".

Dalic, who enjoyed a solid but unspectacular career as a midfielder in Croatia, was given the national job a year ago after success as a coach in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

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German legend Lothar Matthaus was quick to heap praise on Stones in the aftermath of England's 2-0 quarter-final win over Sweden by saying: "Stones is one of the best central defenders in the world", and he is certainly not wrong, as Stones has been one of Gareth Southgate's unsung heroes in Russian Federation.

"This generation has been underrated due to their results but they've had the quality and now they are showing it".

They're set to meet a French side that's fully healthy after more or less strolling through the knockout phase of this tournament.

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England defied expectation and united a fractured nation in reaching this stage, and Southgate must take enormous credit for that. Perisic equalized in the 68th minute, though, and then set up Mandzukic in the 109th minute for the eventual victor .

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"My goal was important because it came at a time when we were dominating", the Inter Milan player said.

Both started Wednesday in Moscow.

Croatia's Sime Vrsaljko. He will miss tonight's match. The visitors lost 4-1, with Harry Kane scoring twice, but Lovren was substituted after 31 minutes.

As quoted by the Mirror, Alli admitted about the Sweden game: "I spoke to the manager and some of my team-mates because I didn't feel like I was playing as well as I should have been". You are just nitpicking a bad performance.

"Now I've got to go".

"Everybody kept telling me, 'I'm ready".

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