Dejan Lovren makes SHOCK revelation after Croatia beat England

Supporters of team England gather in Red Square

Supporters of team England gather in Red Square

"They know we've got beaten but we've come so far". "Now I want to go and see what's going on in Russian Federation", said one fan, Michael Roberts, 27, as he waited for his flight.

Croatia have now played in three straight matches that went to extra time.

World Cup fever has gripped England since the start of the tournament and now fans are starting to believe that football really is coming home.

"Want to know how insane we are?" said Fran Colak, a Croatian Saultite who had come down to the gathering to watch the semi-final game.

As Croatia now face France on Sunday to decide who is crowned world champion, England will have a second go at Belgium for the third-place play-offs this Saturday.

Croatia came from behind to win 2-1 in the semi-final clash in Moscow, with Mario Mandzukic claiming the victor in the 109th minute after Ivan Perisic had earlier cancelled out Kieran Trippier's free-kick opener.

"We showed character and mentality, it was very hard for us tonight". Gabriel Mercado put Argentina ahead 2-1 in the 48th minute of their round-of-16 game against France before France scored three goals in the span of 11 minutes to take control of what proved to be a 4-3 win.

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"We still changed the history of the past 28 years".

The World Cup in Russian Federation has thrown up some stunning twists, turns and shocks, so it's perhaps fitting that its final game will feature the smallest nation to appear in the last stage of the tournament since 1950.

At this year's World Cup, teams can pay a heavy price for not getting a second goal to reward itself for a dominating period of play. But once you're here and played as well as we did, you want to take those opportunities in life. He deserves, if we win this World Cup, the Ballon d'Or'.

"Well done Croatia. You were better than us", he posted.

Look at the other teams they'll be up against. "For us, it was impressive to watch a team such as the English, that is so strong physically, and they couldn't keep up anymore, and we did have that energy".

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.

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