'Gutted' Kane pays tribute to 'amazing' England support

VEVOThree Lions was last UK No 1 20 years ago

VEVOThree Lions was last UK No 1 20 years ago

Despite Kane transferring his form from the Premier League into the World Cup, with six goals to his name in Russia, Croatia's centre-back believes that he has the ability to win their latest tussle. Either football is one step closer to "coming home" for England, or, as the first verse tells it, "Everyone seems to know the score, they've seen it all before/ They just know, they're so sure/ That England's gonna throw it away, gonna blow it away".

"This team has a chance to write themselves into football folklore and London and the entire country will be cheering them on as loud as we can on Wednesday night".

Along with the 1966 squad who won the World Cup, and the 1990 vintage who reached the last four, the 1996 side is one of the most beloved England teams of the modern era.

"I'd be amazed if he hadn't been carrying an injury since the Colombia game", Neville said on ITV. "We have had a fantastic journey, further than we thought", he added.

"We've got a great team spirit, great chemistry, a very young team".

Known as the Three Lions, this marks England's best World Cup performance since 1990, bringing a massive catharsis and renewed optimism to their fervent supporters.

Meanwhile, England manager Gareth Southgate has admitted he couldn't listen to Three Lions for 20 years. It has a slightly different feel for me, but it's nice to hear people enjoying it again.

England's midfielder Jordan Henderson and Gareth Southgate at the Luxhniki Stadium. First of all I'm so proud of this team and staff for giving everything we could over a long period of time together.

After triumphing 2-0 in a "way easier than they've learned to expect" match against Sweden on Saturday, England advances to the semi-finals of the World Cup.

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