LEWIS Baker is backing former team-mate Dele Alli to help bring the World Cup back home to England with Leeds United's new Chelsea loanee admitting the Tottenham Hotspur star's success is richly deserved.
At the Millwall Supporters Club we think it is very important to help our local community, so we want to help to raise funds to help with the fix of an emergency response vehicle that was damaged after the England v Sweden game in the World Cup 2018 Quarter Final.
You may also be aware that perennial under-achievers England have somehow managed to secure a spot in the semi-finals - for the first time since 1990, when England lost to West Germany.
The BBC said 19.9 million saw the match on BBC One while 3.9 million used iPlayer.
England's fairly muted celebrations reflected the routine nature of the victory over a hard-working Swedish side that had already gone further than expected in its first major tournament without Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
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India started well as Rohit Sharma shied with the bat right from the start, Dhawan, however, had to face an early exit. Jason Roy and Jos Butler opened the batting for England and smashed the ball all over for boundaries.
Yet the performances of Gareth Southgate's squad - the second youngest at the tournament - are being celebrated wildly back home.
Match Of The Day host Gary Lineker said: "Humongous figures again for England".
Croatia, led superbly by Luka Modric, thought they had won the match when Domagoj Vida rose to nod in a corner in the first period of extra time but Mario Fernandes headed home from a free-kick to pull Russian Federation level at 2-2.
The 24-year-old had six loan spells - at non-league Darlington and Alfreton Town as well as Burton, Carlisle, Bradford and Preston - before establishing himself at Sunderland and eventually moving to Everton for £30m. "Given his inexperience - and that he's just a little over 6ft - he has taken us all by surprise with his fearless displays". The penalty shootout win was the first ever for England at the World Cup.
"Up until that corner, I felt that we had everything under control", Sweden coach Janne Andersson said.