Neville thought 3 England stars would struggle at World Cup

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On this date exactly 20 years ago, Croatia achieved the greatest success in its football history after winning the bronze of the 1998 World Cup in France.

Officers are now calling on the public to stay out of trouble during and after tonight's game against Croatia, which kicks off at 7pm. But Croatia scored in the second half to level the game, and then again in overtime to shock England.

In a sea of England jerseys, there was one lone Croatia shirt in the packed pub - two Croatian fans in total, who embraced in a hug after their momentous win.

"It's impossible to say anything that will make them feel better at this moment", Southgate added.

"England have reason to cry because they were so close to [reaching the World Cup final], but they have also have reason to be optimistic", the Manchester United manager told RT.

The sound of screaming, chanting and swearing fans filled Winston's English Pub during the World Cup semi-final between England and Croatia.

"We do not want these individuals to spoil it for the rest and anyone caught causing trouble for tomorrow's match will be dealt with robustly and will face the full force of the law".

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"I don't know what will happen if we win, probably nobody will go to work".

England fans desperate to be a part of the Three Lions' Russian roadshow are being forced to turn to the black market to get tickets.

"We were anxious", Katich said. I couldn't have asked for any more.

After watching their team stumble at major tournaments for decades, often falling to much smaller nations, England supporters had begun to think that 2018 might be a different story.

Vrsaljko, who plays for Atletico Madrid, had struggled to be ready for the match after playing in two previous extra-time matches, but he found the strength to lift his exhausted, battered team to a comeback win.

Of course, the statistics don't give a true reflection of the challenges involved in a World Cup run, which can be affected by player availability, refereeing decisions, weather, and of course luck. "We will go into this final to win it as we have still not gotten over the [2016] final".

"I think that we played phenomenal today, and after we conceded the goal we completely outplayed England even though they were saying that we are exhausted, that they are better".