Croatia stun England in extra time to book first-ever final berth

Croatia stun England in extra time to book first-ever final berth

Croatia stun England in extra time to book first-ever final berth

With the whole of England finally daring to believe, the 2-1 loss against Croatia came as a devastating blow to fans up and down the country.

"Nobody wanted to give in when I was preparing the first eleven, nobody wanted to say I was not ready in extra time, no one wanted to be subbed and this shows character and what makes me proud. He's given absolutely everything for the team", Southgate said.

England have been eliminated from the World Cup right at the penultimate stage, and Croatia are now through to Sunday's finals instead. "No trophy this time but it feels like the start of something every Englishman could get used to".

Captain Harry Kane tweeted: "It hurts a lot".

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From the moment Kieran Trippier put England ahead to Croatia's equaliser, Mario Mandzukic's victor and then the full-time whistle.

"Tonight was a wonderful opportunity for us and you can't guarantee that those opportunities will come again", he added. However, Ivan Perišić scored a stunning goal in the 68th minute when he flicked the ball in past English goalkeeper Jordan Pickford with an outstretched foot to equalise with England.

Numerous photos show the players embracing Southgate.

"This was the dream, we could've made it".

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Three Lions had been the soundtrack to the summer, with supporters optimistically rejoicing in the chorus of "It's Coming Home".

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The two sides must pick themselves up and dust themselves down after suffering the crushing disappointment of semi-final defeats to play for the modest prize of third place in a fixture often criticised as pointless.

"National treasures": The Mirror's back page is even more positive, insisting that "Southgate's courageous Lions restore faith in the England dream despite agonising Moscow defeat".

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