Is it 'coming home'? Goldman Sachs reveals World Cup victor prediction

Heather Diaz
July 12, 2018

Now, as England prepare for the first World Cup semi-final since 1990 fans are showing off their versions of the M&S attire the England boss has been wearing throughout the tournament.

If you are yet to come across or still clueless what the hashtag "It's Coming Home" on your social media newsfeed means, then, we can start all over from Stone Age for you. "They worked in '98 and we worked today, we reached out target to get to the final, I'm very satisfied".

However, 1966 will spark belief that Gareth Southgate's team can bring home their second World Cup title.

He also said there was no need for him to give his team-mates any tips on England's players, as they were all well aware of who they are up against. "Suffice to say tonight's going to be a night like no other!"

If it's finally happening for England, could we dare hope that it could soon finally be happening for Detroit?

Speaking on the eve of Croatia's meeting with England, Dalic said: "We are a country where anything is possible, so there are no surprises". The victor advances to Sunday's final against France or Belgium, which also will be at Luzkniki Stadium. In their games, you see players trying their best to justify they deserve their places in the team, and no one gets a pat on their back because of name and recognition.

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"Croatia has great players playing at the greatest clubs, but it is true we have not had good results at major tournament for decades", the coach said on Tuesday.

You could argue the FA were lucky to stumble upon this winning formula, and it's only thanks to a sting from the Daily Telegraph that we have the waistcoated one instead of Big Sam.

Jordan Henderson was right when he said, "It's the most together England team I've been involved in, it makes a massive difference and you get your rewards for that".

The pair will battle again on Wednesday, and Alli has told The Guardian that he hopes to embarrass Modric again with another nutmeg on the global stage this time - but his focus will be on attempting to help England reach the World Cup final.

Croatia's best previous World Cup run dates back 20 years to 1998, when they lost in the last four to eventual winners France. "We want to continue doing everybody proud".

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