Each of those winners will play in the World Cup Final on Sunday.
Subasic suffered a tight hamstring towards the end of Croatia's quarter-final win over hosts Russian Federation and was unable to take goal-kicks before the tie went to penalties.
"But money isn't playing, Ferrari isn't playing, watches aren't playing, just 11 against 11 warriors in the World Cup. What I would like is the England from before, but now they are very strong and we have to respect them", he said.
Kieran Trippier says the support and reaction from fans to England's World Cup campaign at home and in Russian Federation continues to inspire the Three Lions squad.
Scott Murray suggested recently in The Guardian that: "England's World Cup musical efforts have often been rewarded on the pitch" - implying some correlation between the quality of England's football anthems and the team's performance.
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Read on for a closer look at the two semi-finals, as well as a projected matchup for the final. A subtle redirection, but one that would subsequently redefine the genre.
Fans, of course, were delighted to see the players getting along so well. That meant only Uruguay and Sweden remained as representatives of progressivism in the Quarter Finals, and both went into their matches as underdogs; Uruguay against centrist France, and Sweden against right-wing England. "Croatia don't have the sort of attacking players who can really make something out of nothing, so Luka Modric and Ivan Rakitic will be relied upon to engineer opportunities and we need to limit their time on the ball".
Suker, now the president of the Croatian Football Federation (HNS), feels England were fortunate to get past Colombia. But one thing's for sure, if Kane and his teammates succeed in ending 52 years of hurt on July 14, you'd be a fool to bet against Three Lions reaching number one as well.