England overcome penalty shootout hoodoo to beat Colombia

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England defender Harry Maguire called on the match referee to investigate the incident further using VAR.

"But I would say England - nobody speaks about England but they are risky - Brazil or France". As they contemplated 30 minutes of extra time, Southgate huddled his young squad together and encouraged them to press the reset button. Substitutes will be the key to winning this game and there is more quality coming from England's side of the dugout.

The teams will meet at 2 p.m. on Tuesday in the 2018 World Cup Round of 16.

According to FourFourTwo, an estimated 40,000 Colombian fans will have arrived in Russian Federation by the time the match against England kicks off on Tuesday. "Our support for our team is in our blood".

"We have been practising and going through strategies since March", he said. "Some have slept in parks or bus stations but they made sure they are here".

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"I thought he would be more quiet than he is". The vibrant Colombia fans belted out their national anthem and bounced in unison, swinging scarves above their heads.

England by contrast struggled to beat Tunisia in the first game before putting six past minnows Panama.

And when Jordan Henderson missed with England's third kick, it looked like history would repeat itself.

Two teams - Spain and Denmark - have already been knocked out of the round of 16 on penalties so don't be surprised if the Colombia vs. England tie goes all the way to spot-kicks.

It wasn't quite beauty and the beast at either end of the Spartak Stadium pitch, but the contrasting playing styles of John Stones and Yerry Mina told a story of how this England team are changing stereotypes.

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Even when they were put under serious pressure by Belgium , the team kept their shape and defended with discipline and energy. This star-studded lineup has it all, including Premier League stars Kevin De Bruyne , Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku .

The Three Lions looked to be cruising through to the quarters, only for the South Americans to equalise in the 93rd minute.

Goalkeepers: David Ospina (Arsenal), Camilo Vargas (AC Deportivo Cali), and Jose Fernando Cuadrado (CD Once Caldas).

The Swedes bounced back from Toni Kroos's injury-time victor for Germany to beat Mexico 3-0 while the defending champions did themselves in by losing to South Korea.

Of course the result meant the Three Lions finished second and went into the bottom half of the draw, which was adjudged to be the easier side of things with the likes of France and Brazil out of the way ahead of the final.

"If you think back to 1990 where we had Cameroon and Belgium to get to a World Cup semi-final, we've now got an opportunity to play Colombia and Sweden or Switzerland to get to a World Cup semi-final", he continued.

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