A look at what's ahead in the World Cup


A look at what's ahead in the World Cup

"I think the Belgian team is the most exhaustive team in all aspects of the game during this tournament - they are strong everywhere", Lloris told reporters at a pre-match press conference.

The civic buildings of Leeds Town Hall and Leeds Civic Hall will also be lit up red and white on both Tuesday and Wednesday night in order to cheer on England, alongside proudly flying a St George's flag.

England coach Gareth Southgate missed a penalty kick in the semifinals of that tournament in 1996 and said he couldn't listen to the song for 20 years.

Gazza was of course one of the star players the last time England played in an World Cup semi-final back in 1990.

Liverpool and Tottenham stars will face off for Croatia and England.

This afternoon, we've got France taking on Belgium.

However, they are four places ahead of Sweden who England defeated 2-0 in the quarter-finals.

Eleven lucky England fans could win £50,000 when they find a tiny engraving of Harry Kane on a special batch of £5 notes - if his side reaches the World Cup final.

Match-winner Samuel Umtiti is targeting World Cup glory as he attempts to erase the memory of his Euro 2016 heartache.

Croatia went undefeated winning Group D, including a convincing 3-0 hammering of Argentina, then beat both Spain and Russian Federation in matches that lasted 2 hours each and both went to penalty kicks.

Sir Bobby, who launched the Foundation in 2008, described his charity as his "last and greatest team".

The World Cup is set to get back underway this afternoon. "We worked hard. I scored but we delivered a good match and I'm very proud of everyone".

"I didn't see France running away with the game", Martinez added.

After far exceeding expectations in the early stage of the competition, Russian Federation was knocked out by Croatia on Saturday in the quarterfinals, leading many in the host nation to stop following the tournament. "We were a group of guys having a lot of fun, enjoying our football, learning and improving all the time - and that's what these lads have done".

"They've raised a very significant amount of money in that time and we're grateful to everyone involved".