Sky F1 interview interrupted as England score vs Sweden at World Cup

Tanya Simon
July 8, 2018

England and Sweden faced off in the World Cup on Saturday morning, and a familiar dance from Fortnite just so happened to make an appearance in the game.

Centre back Maguire connected with an Ashley Young corner to score his first global goal after 30 minutes as England had much the best of the first half.

11 - Dele's goal was England's 11th at Russian Federation 2018, equalling the country's record of most goals at a single World Cup set in 1966, the first and only edition when they went on to lift the trophy. "We looked like we controlled the game".

It would be fair to say that Sweden were outperformed by England on the night, and it's something that Andersson agreed with as he rued "small margins" that cost his side a victory. "The fans at home, I'm sure we'll see some videos tonight of them enjoying it".

Although everyone is engrossed in their own lifestyle, carrying on working in their own profession on a daily basis, one topic which has never eluded the mind of each individual in the past month is that of the World Cup.

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The standard of England's crossing has particularly stood out this tournament, and Alli added the second goal by meeting a far-post cross from midfielder Jesse Lingard with a powerful header in the 59th. When the disappointment has run its course, these players will look back on this World Cup with pride. Just before the half-time whistle blew, Raheem Sterling twice had the ball deep in Sweden's territory with little or no defence in front of him, but squandered both chances.

ESPN brings you the best of the numbers from England's 2-0 win over Sweden in the quarterfinals of the World Cup.

Klopp said: "I didn't see it today, but so far he's played a brilliant World Cup - very mature, a proper leader in the team and you can see it". We feel we dominated the match. Robin Olsen and Victor Lindelof had impressive performances but it wasn't enough.

"We were sad and we're disappointed", Andersson said, "but we mustn't forget we put in an excellent performance".

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