Baddiel and Skinner celebrate as England beat Colombia on penalties

Thibaut Courtois Dedryck Boyata Vincent Kompany and Michy Batshuayi of Belgium celebrate victory following the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group G match between England and Belgium

England goalkeepers past hail current number one, Everton's Jordan Pickford.

Police said in a statement they "had identified and detained" the person who had vandalised the statue, which is located near the stadium's main entrance.

The music streaming service took to Twitter today to announce the song was played over 450,000 times through their platform on the day of England's victory against Colombia on Tuesday (4 July), which saw them make a historic World Cup win on penalties.

England's efforts to ignore the Colombian mind games stretched as far as Harry Kane shrugging off some scuffing of the penalty spot by Johan Mojica to open the scoring for England. "We'll know more over the next 36 hours", he said. I'm already thinking about the next game, we'd have liked a week to enjoy it but we haven't got that, because Sweden are a team I respect hugely.

It was a sweet moment for Pickford, and for his manager Gareth Southgate, whose decision to back the 24-year-old despite his inexperience and leave 75-time capped Joe Hart out of his squad was vindicated.

"We then had to keep our discipline several times, which was outstanding. I think we've always underestimated them", Southgate said.

"I don't know if I "didn't expect it" but we didn't rise to it, which was brilliant", he told ITV.

"Our fans that were here were brilliant but it was nearly an away game, so to deal with all of that was exceptional", he said. "Look back at both songs" week-by-week chart runs.

Pickford had barely got to his feet, though, when Yerry Mina's towering header from the resulting corner brought Colombia level with a crushing blow that more mentally fragile England sides of the past may not have recovered from.

"We've talked about creating their own stories and creating their own history and we've done a little bit of that tonight".



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