Police warn England World Cup revellers after weekend's 'shocking behaviour'

Police warn England World Cup revellers after weekend's 'shocking behaviour'

Police warn England World Cup revellers after weekend's 'shocking behaviour'

"We're buzzing. We know there is still a big game ahead, but we're feeling really good", he said.

"Gareth Southgate has re-energised English football, as anyone who's been to a Walkabout to watch a match will tell you!"

"Pickford, for me, is a sort of prototype of what a modern goalkeeper should be", said Southgate.

Lovejoy and Rimmer asked viewers to send in pictures of themselves celebrating England's historic win against Sweden in the quarter-final on Saturday, with "extra points" given to people in Southgate-style waistcoats.

Luc Jones said he had been disappointed in past England players being more "into their haircuts or their pop celebrity girlfriend or their new sports auto than actually kicking the ball".

The victor of the tie will go on to face France or Belgium at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Sunday afternoon.

It was a theme he returned to post-match on Saturday.

Russia Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev called the team's performance "magnificent", saying the tournament would change the face of football in the host nation.

Southgate's team have surpassed the expectations of most in Russian Federation, reaching their first World Cup semi-final since 1990 despite the group being relatively inexperienced.

"They've been through a lot".

Harry Kane, meanwhile, believes England's World Cup heroes can inspire a generation - just like he was as a young fan.

The team also features several players of Afro-Caribbean heritage, including Raheem Sterling who was born in Jamaica.

"If we get through this and do well at the next tournament, we'll be talking about them as world class".

"My guys feel like conscript soldiers whose term of service was over just when they were preparing to go into battle".

Not only did he help England win a penalty shoot-out against Colombia, but he was in fine form as the Three Lions beat Sweden 2-0.

Presenter Gary Lineker became emotional after watching a clip of the late Sir Bobby Robson reflecting on England's 1990 World Cup heartache against Germany.

A spokesman for the Met said there had not been a spike in call-outs, despite the hysteria following England's victory over Sweden.

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