‘3 Lions on our shirts’: newspaper headlines ahead of Croatia vs. England

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Gareth Southgate urges his England team to keep World Cup run going and reach Sunday’s final

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Wednesday, July 11, 2018 – 10:05am

Croatia vs. England

What: World Cup semi-final
When: Wednesday 11 July
Kick-off time: 7pm
Where: Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
TV channel: live on ITV

England boss Gareth Southgate has called on his Three Lions stars to continue making history as they face the biggest match of their careers tonight.

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In the semi-final in Moscow this evening (7pm), Croatia stand in the way of England setting up a World Cup final date with France on Sunday.

Speaking ahead of the Croatia clash, Southgate told the BBC: “We’ve won after scoring in the last minute, won after conceding in the last minute, come through extra time and penalties.

“We’ve made several pieces of history. Biggest win in the tournament. First knockout win for ten years. First quarter-final win for longer. First win on penalties in the World Cup.

“We keep looking to break the barriers down. It’s been an enjoyable journey, and we want to keep it going.”

The Croatia vs. England semi-final dominates the front and back pages of the UK newspapers this morning. We round-up all the headlines…

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