This Is the Most Tender Photo of the World Cup So Far

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"But equally we want to be a team that's hitting quarter-finals, semi-finals, finals - that was what we've aimed to do in the long term and we've proved that is possible".

Nick Ferrari hugs a Croatian following the World Cup defeat.

"England had never overachieved, but this team have in reaching the semi-final.", Neville, a pundit on ITV, said.

Had Kane added to his six goals in Russian Federation with either of his back-to-back chances in the second half against Croatia on Wednesday (NZT Thursday), when England was dominating and led 1-0, he could yet be lifting the trophy.

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In the aftermath of England's 6-1 win over Panama in the group stage of the FIFA World Cup, which confirmed their place in the knockout stage of the competition Powell tweeted "If England win the World Cup I will get a big red rose tattooed on my chest!"

But a second-half goal from Ivan Perisic and an extra-time victor from Mario Mandzukic ended England's dream of reaching the final and winning a second World Cup for their country. We're gutted, we've worked so hard and the fans were awesome. The fans were unbelievable, " Kane said.

"We salute you": It's pretty much a love letter from the Mail's sport section to Southgate and his team. It was not to be for the young side but Prince William has said he "couldn't be more proud of this team".

Customer Dean Lovett, who was checking in, said: "It's going to be really tight when I get there".

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The Three Lions once again scored from a dead ball situation, their eighth set-piece goal of this World Cup.

England captain Harry Kane thanks fans after losing the World Cup semifinal to Croatia.

"It was a tough game, a 50-50 game, I'm sure we'll look back at stuff we could have done better but we worked as hard as we could".

The Telegraph's front page called for England to "Hold your heads high" while the Guardian captured supporters' mood with the headline "The hurt goes on".

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