England fans criticised for invading IKEA store following victory over Sweden

Clay Curtis
July 8, 2018

Football fans in and around the Fylde coast and Preston are starting to believe England can win the World Cup after Gareth Southgate's men beat Sweden to reach the tournament's semi-finals.

"I am daring to hope because I think this is a team marked by joy and newness and youth and Gareth Southgate's deep emotional intelligence", said Baddiel, whose iconic song has made its way back up the music charts this week.

"It's quite odd for me to witness all the hype and the crowds and how excited they are because that's what it must have been (like) in Italia 90 when we got to the semis", he explained.

In a tweet, London Ambulance Service said: "We're delighted with the result, but this has put a big dampener on the celebrations for us". We are not the finished article and we do not have world class players yet, but we have young players who are prepared to be fearless on the ball and have shown a real mental resilience.

Even if Southgate's team reach the final, William will not attend the match because of Britain's diplomatic boycott of the World Cup in Russian Federation over a nerve agent attack in England this year. "Whether we are in the top four in the world, we still need to prove that", he said.

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"We did beautifully to get this far".

"I was 14 when we won the World Cup, I was living in a pub in Maghull with my family and I remember it well".

The dream is well and truly alive for long-suffering England football fans who have for so always been haunted by World Cup disappointment.

The tournament's leading goalscorer Harry Kane failed to find the net for the first time in the competition, but the England captain said confidence was high after posting the country's best run at a major tournament since Euro '96.

"In years to come they will be even better, but today was an opportunity we didn't want to miss out on".

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