Kane, 24, made his way into the stand following the game and picked up a mobile phone.
Despite his belief that the 23 players chosen by Southgate would not be able to make it to that stage of the tournament, England are just three games from winning the whole tournament and face Sweden on Saturday with the victor advancing to the semi-final. We looked like we controlled the game.
England crowned another goalscoring hero named Harry on Saturday, but it was Maguire, not Kane, who helped the Three Lions into the last four of a World Cup for the first time in a generation.
"We came into this tournament as the least experienced team, we were one of the youngest teams in it". We've managed to use the disappointment [from Euro 2016] to learn from because you don't want that feeling again.
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Asked if he had any doubts about being fit for Wimbledon's third round, Queen's Club runner-up Djokovic said: "No". Their second-round match was halted by rain on Wednesday with Fabbiano leading 7-6 (7), 6-3, 5-6.
"Obviously we are chuffed with the result this afternoon but there is absolutely no excuse to vandalise emergency service vehicles by jumping on them", they said on Twitter. So, I am not anxious at all now, " he said.
From Brazil's squad in Russian Federation, 10 players will be 30 or younger by the tournament in Qatar in four years, including Neymar and Philippe Coutinho, who to many was the team's best player at this World Cup.
"I love winning and that's what my mentality has been like since I was young".
"We're lads who have come from Barnsley and Leeds and Bolton and Blackburn". They are really important messages for us. The likes of Maguire, a paying punter like the rest only two years ago, are changing that dynamic.
They were terrific in getting a two-goal lead against Brazil and then put in a mature second half display to hold off the fightback from their South American opponents.
More than 30 million people are expected to have tuned into the England v Sweden semi final on BBC1 and 23.8 million are expected to have watched Croatia beat Russian Federation on penalties last night.