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London ambulance damaged as England fans celebrate World Cup quarter-final win

London ambulance damaged as England fans celebrate World Cup quarter-final win

Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate has hinted at making a few changes to his starting eleven against Sweden today.

There may be less pressure on England than at previous tournaments, but former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson says they'd still hate to lose their World Cup quarter-final against his native Sweden on Saturday.

"To come through that and get through on a penalty shootout is massive and it will just give us huge belief if we're in that moment again", he said.

"We knew it was going to be hard and what they bring to the party, and we managed it very well", he said.

Dele Alli is one of the talented players that make up the 2018 World Cup roster for England and is also well known for his love of the popular battle royale title of Fortnite.

Of those who did show up at his restaurant on Saturday, there was one table of Sweden fans who came in, only to witness the loss to England. I was at Crystal Palace when they weren't quite as good as they are now.

"I think Croatia will be the tougher game but I think it might be a more safer game". "I wanted to tell them we had a bloody good tournament". "I don't think many expected Sweden would be in the quarterfinal at the World Cup", Granqvist said.

Thousands crammed onto the shoreline at Brighton Beach in southern England erupted in joy as Harry Maguire headed home England's first goal.

"We don't fear Croatia or Russian Federation and the final is a one-off game, so it's a lottery". I am sure that England fans will love it here. We've just got to keep doing what we are doing.

"We are ready, we are ready for the challenge", Gerrard said as Rangers prepare to host Shkupi in the Europa League qualifiers next week.

Peter John-Baptiste, 48, from Harrow, north west London, was at Italia 90 that last time England made a semi-final.

"During the entire World Cup we have had the highest level of security and safety measures set all around the city", he added.

"After a year ago of course there will be more pressure and more eyes on us, but I'm confident come kick-off that they will be ready to go".