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    BBC News World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties



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    England's new generation ended the World Cup penalty jinx by knocking out Colombia on spot kicks to reach the quarter-finals.
    Eric Dier scored the winning kick after Jordan Pickford's brilliant save from Carlos Bacca's attempt, with England's first ever World Cup shootout win setting up a meeting with Sweden in Samara on Saturday.
    Gareth Southgate's side had been seconds away from the last eight during normal time, with Harry Kane's penalty after he was fouled by Carlos Sanchez in the box - his sixth goal of the tournament - looking as though it was going to send them through.


    But deep into injury time, Colombia threw everyone forward for a Juan Cuadrado corner, including goalkeeper David Ospina, and Yerry Mina headed a dramatic equaliser at the Spartak Stadium.
    Kieran Trippier was standing on the line but could not keep out the Barcelona centre-back's third headed goal of the World Cup.
    The Three Lions had been on top for most of the 90 minutes but appeared understandably deflated in extra time - although Danny Rose and Dier missed late chances to win the game and avoid a shootout.
    Henderson had a penalty saved by Ospina in the shootout but Mateus Uribe smashed the following kick onto the crossbar to pave the way for Pickford and Dier to be England heroes.
    No previous world champions stand between England and the final. The winners of their quarter-final will face either Croatia or hosts Russia for a place in Moscow on 15 July.
    The game itself had been a bad-tempered affair, with eight players booked in total - six Colombians, including Wilmar Barrios, who was lucky to avoid red for a first-half headbutt on Henderson.

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    Line-ups

    Colombia

    • 1Ospina
    • 4AriasBooked at 52mins
      Substituted forZapataat 116'minutes
    • 13Mina
    • 23D Sánchez
    • 17Mojica
    • 6C SánchezBooked at 54mins
      Substituted forUribeat 79'minutes
    • 5BarriosBooked at 41mins
    • 20Quintero
      Substituted forMurielat 88'minutes
    • 16Lerma
      Substituted forBaccaat 62'minutesBooked at 64mins
    • 11Ju CuadradoBooked at 118mins
    • 9FalcaoBooked at 63mins

    Substitutes

    • 2Zapata
    • 3Murillo
    • 7Bacca
    • 8Aguilar
    • 12Vargas
    • 14Muriel
    • 15Uribe
    • 18Díaz
    • 21Izquierdo
    • 22Jo Cuadrado


    England

    • 1Pickford
    • 2Walker
      Substituted forRashfordat 113'minutes
    • 5Stones
    • 6Maguire
    • 8HendersonBooked at 56mins
    • 12Trippier
    • 7LingardBooked at 69mins
    • 20Alli
      Substituted forDierat 81'minutes
    • 18Young
      Substituted forRoseat 102'minutes
    • 10Sterling
      Substituted forVardyat 88'minutes
    • 9Kane

    Substitutes

    • 3Rose
    • 4Dier
    • 11Vardy
    • 13Butland
    • 14Welbeck
    • 15Cahill
    • 16Jones
    • 19Rashford
    • 21Loftus-Cheek
    • 22Alexander-Arnold
    • 23Pope



    Referee:Mark Geiger
    Attendance:44,190




    Match Stats

    Home TeamColombiaAway TeamEngland
    PossessionHome48%Away52%ShotsHome14Away16Shots on TargetHome4Away2CornersHome2Away7FoulsHome23Away13


    Live Text

    Posted at
    Match ends, Colombia 1(3), England 1(4).



    Penalties over

    Posted at 129'
    Penalty Shootout ends, Colombia 1(3), England 1(4).





    Goal!

    Posted at 128'
    Goal! Colombia 1(3), England 1(4). Eric Dier (England) converts the penalty with a right footed shot to the bottom left corner.



    Posted at 128'
    Penalty saved! Carlos Bacca (Colombia) fails to capitalise on this great opportunity, right footed shot saved in the centre of the goal.




    Goal!

    Posted at 127'
    Goal! Colombia 1(3), England 1(3). Kieran Trippier (England) converts the penalty with a right footed shot to the top left corner.



    Posted at 126'
    Penalty missed! Still Colombia 1(3), England 1(2). Mateus Uribe (Colombia) hits the bar with a right footed shot.



    Posted at 125'
    Penalty saved! Jordan Henderson (England) fails to capitalise on this great opportunity, right footed shot saved in the bottom right corner.




    Goal!

    Posted at 124'
    Goal! Colombia 1(3), England 1(2). Luis Muriel (Colombia) converts the penalty with a right footed shot to the centre of the goal.




    Goal!

    Posted at 124'
    Goal! Colombia 1(2), England 1(2). Marcus Rashford (England) converts the penalty with a right footed shot to the bottom left corner.




    Goal!

    Posted at 123'
    Goal! Colombia 1(2), England 1(1). Juan Cuadrado (Colombia) converts the penalty with a right footed shot to the top left corner.




    Goal!

    Posted at 122'
    Goal! Colombia 1(1), England 1(1). Harry Kane (England) converts the penalty with a right footed shot to the bottom left corner.




    Goal!

    Posted at 121'
    Goal! Colombia 1(1), England 1. Radamel Falcao (Colombia) converts the penalty with a right footed shot to the high centre of the goal.



    Penalties in progress

    Posted at
    Penalty Shootout begins Colombia 1, England 1.



    Posted at 120'+2'
    Second Half Extra Time ends, Colombia 1, England 1.



    Booking

    Posted at 118'
    Juan Cuadrado (Colombia) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.



    Posted at 118'
    Danny Rose (England) wins a free kick on the left wing.



    Posted at 118'
    Foul by Juan Cuadrado (Colombia).



    Substitution

    Posted at 116'
    Substitution, Colombia. Cristián Zapata replaces Santiago Arias.



    Posted at 115'
    Attempt missed. Eric Dier (England) header from the centre of the box is too high. Assisted by Kieran Trippier with a cross following a corner.



    Posted at 114'
    Corner, England. Conceded by Wilmar Barrios.



    Substitution

    Posted at 113'
    Substitution, England. Marcus Rashford replaces Kyle Walker because of an injury.



    Posted at 112'
    Attempt missed. Danny Rose (England) left footed shot from the left side of the box is close, but misses to the right. Assisted by Jordan Henderson with a through ball.



    Posted at 107'
    Attempt blocked. Jamie Vardy (England) right footed shot from the right side of the box is blocked. Assisted by Jesse Lingard.



    Posted at 106'
    Offside, England. Jordan Henderson tries a through ball, but Jamie Vardy is caught offside.



    Posted at 106'
    Attempt blocked. Jesse Lingard (England) left footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Assisted by Harry Kane with a headed pass.



    Posted at
    Second Half Extra Time begins Colombia 1, England 1.



    Posted at 105'+2'
    First Half Extra Time ends, Colombia 1, England 1.



    Posted at 105'+1'
    Kieran Trippier (England) wins a free kick in the defensive half.



    Posted at 105'+1'
    Foul by Luis Muriel (Colombia).



    Posted at 104'
    Attempt missed. Radamel Falcao (Colombia) header from the centre of the box misses to the left. Assisted by Johan Mojica with a cross.



    Posted at 103'
    Foul by Jesse Lingard (England).



    Posted at 103'
    Johan Mojica (Colombia) wins a free kick in the defensive half.



    Substitution

    Posted at 102'
    Substitution, England. Danny Rose replaces Ashley Young.



    Posted at 102'
    Attempt missed. Davinson Sánchez (Colombia) header from the centre of the box misses to the left. Assisted by Juan Cuadrado with a cross following a corner.



    Posted at 101'
    Corner, Colombia. Conceded by Kyle Walker.



    Posted at 101'
    Attempt blocked. Carlos Bacca (Colombia) header from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Juan Cuadrado with a cross.



    Posted at 93'
    Foul by Eric Dier (England).



    Posted at 93'
    Carlos Bacca (Colombia) wins a free kick in the defensive half.



    Posted at 91'
    Ashley Young (England) wins a free kick on the left wing.



    Posted at 91'
    Foul by Wilmar Barrios (Colombia).




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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Lucky fuckers. Played well at times but had a few shit moments.....

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    It's coming home

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Quote Originally Posted by beerman View Post
    It's coming home
    Your fucking dreaming ;-) It will end at Sweden imho..... Yes I am a pessimist.... or is that a realist ?
    We can live in hope. Would be nice of course but tbh on tonight's performance it will be a stretch.

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Thought they played well at the start and much of the game was controlled from then on in.

    Surprised how tired they looked from about 70 minutes given they were rested. Delli alle had little impact and didn't seem fully fit, should have been subbed sooner.

    Think the team will learn and gain confidence from that game and will probably beat Sweden more comfortably

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Crikey that was a bit heart-stopping!

    Glad that England won - Columbia's tactics and attitude were disgraceful.

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Quote Originally Posted by mitchb View Post
    Thought they played well at the start and much of the game was controlled from then on in.

    Surprised how tired they looked from about 70 minutes given they were rested. Delli alle had little impact and didn't seem fully fit, should have been subbed sooner.

    Think the team will learn and gain confidence from that game and will probably beat Sweden more comfortably
    Ive missed Sweden's games... so do you think that based on watching Sweden play ?? Lets hope you are right...

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Quote Originally Posted by flumperino View Post
    Crikey that was a bit heart-stopping!

    Glad that England won - Columbia's tactics and attitude were disgraceful.
    Yes ... they were really dirty fuckers and should have got the red card.

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Playing against Sweden will be a proper game of football and not this constant fouling the Columbia players seemed content on, always thought it would be a dirty match but it was worse than I feared, teams know if England actually play their proper game they can hurt you which is why the fouls play a constant part. as said above England played well to start with but Columbia's constant fouling upset the rhythm.

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    I think we still played with 10 men Stirling has done nothing in the games hes played , give Rashford a chance with Kane just my opinion .

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    England created nothing from open play. We're heavily reliant on set pieces for our goals and Sweden are very well organised. Can see it going to penalties again. Having said that, I've been impressed by Southgate. He's got a good spirit among the players.

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Quote Originally Posted by Gindo View Post
    I think we still played with 10 men Stirling has done nothing in the games hes played , give Rashford a chance with Kane just my opinion .
    When sterling went off the game broke down, he's the one providing the link between midfield and attack, no one else is doing that
    he won't score the goals for England he does for city as the style is massively different and he can't take up the same positions.
    Personally I think Alli should be out for loftus cheek, he is so overrated he plays as a second striker at spurs not in midfield and playing in midfield is showing how lacking he really is.
    Also rashford is so far off being ready he's only there for his pace to bring on towards then end of a game.

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Maybe then we could move Alli further forward because he too can make similar runs instead of Stirling and then that leaves a space for Loftus cheek to play .

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    Happy days staves off the mindless mini-riot that will happen in my city if they don't win...........Which violent city am I talking about....Canterbury lol. I guarantee if England go out of the tournament there will be broken windows damaged cars and street furniture with bins all over the ship. I don't know what it's like in the towns and cities you guys live in but EVERY major tournament that England have ever qualified in the 20 odd years I have been in Canterbury has ended in some form of the above. BTW I being a surly jock.......support England and also can't handle the bloody pens lol.

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidF View Post
    Happy days staves off the mindless mini-riot that will happen in my city if they don't win...........Which violent city am I talking about....Canterbury lol. I guarantee if England go out of the tournament there will be broken windows damaged cars and street furniture with bins all over the ship. I don't know what it's like in the towns and cities you guys live in but EVERY major tournament that England have ever qualified in the 20 odd years I have been in Canterbury has ended in some form of the above. BTW I being a surly jock.......support England and also can't handle the bloody pens lol.
    Fortunately in my town the extent would be some flower pots getting nicked or maybe at a push a joy ride in a mobility scooter.

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidF View Post
    Happy days staves off the mindless mini-riot that will happen in my city if they don't win...........Which violent city am I talking about....Canterbury lol. I guarantee if England go out of the tournament there will be broken windows damaged cars and street furniture with bins all over the ship. I don't know what it's like in the towns and cities you guys live in but EVERY major tournament that England have ever qualified in the 20 odd years I have been in Canterbury has ended in some form of the above. BTW I being a surly jock.......support England and also can't handle the bloody pens lol.
    Canterbury ends up like that after most Ffriday nights :-D

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    It's clear that Ali is not fit, and hasn't been. Should have been taken off in the FH.

    England looked like they lacked depth of squad, and individual brilliance, every attempt seemed like we try too hard. One goal from open play in the WC is a worrying stat when you look at how open the remaining teams have been.

    Gareth needs a plan B, and I don't think this squad has it yet, it's too young.

    Trippier has been excelleing, my player of the team this WC. Although Kane deserves recognition for the coolness in all his Pens.

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Quote Originally Posted by Gindo View Post
    Maybe then we could move Alli further forward because he too can make similar runs instead of Stirling and then that leaves a space for Loftus cheek to play .
    I agree to some extent that ANYONE other than Sterling should be making those runs, he's just been awful, can't finish, no final product, but does get into the right areas, I think RLC would really play well there, he';s shown good promise.

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Just recovering now, bloody San Miguel...

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    Default Re: World Cup 2018: England beat Colombia on penalties

    Quote Originally Posted by akimba View Post
    Canterbury ends up like that after most Ffriday nights :-D
    Oi oi oi Im almost considered a local these days steady on old chap lol. It's weird you know, I have been coming down here since I was 3 years old - mum's sisters both married Scottish guys (as did my mum) and the two sisters moved down here and set up home/family. Anyway back story out the way - I always thought of Canterbury as a quiet holy type city with zero crime...lol the innocence of youth. But since having lived down here for most of my adult life off and on I can safely say my eyes have opened lol.
    The locals are just the same as anywhere - even central Scotland where I am from lol. Couple that with two universities and a couple of colleges with a combined total of 40k adult students....You can see actually Canterbury is "buzzing" lol.
    Anyway back to the England games - You lot don't make it any easier on my old ticker.....Scotland are the past masters at it...but to have a 2nd adopted team put me through the mill like they have for ever is just unfair.....Why couldn't my relatives have moved to Brazil or something FFS !!
    Sweden next, Don't write them off. England will need to up their game - but then apart from the press from the panam game onwards everyone with knowledge of England and the squad ect all knew that England were not "supposed" to win the WC this time round - IF they manage it - It will be an incredible achievement one that I think they could match in 4 years time as long as nobody leaves/gets sacked ect...as that was always the plan - a German type team rebuild full of youngsters capable of playing and benifitting from the learning curve.
    Just imagine winning two WC's in a row lol - Don't worry some tabloid will get to southgate before that....as to them it's a build up and shoot down for anyone successfull.

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