If successful, they will play in their first final at the competition since they won the trophy in 1966.
Could it be. coming home?
David Beckham and Wayne Rooney have trolled Zlatan Ibrahimovic after England beat Sweden 2-0 on Saturday in the quarterfinals of the World Cup in Russian Federation.
Southgate had the luxury of replacing the likes of Henderson and Sterling, and England will now turn their attention to Wednesday night where they will have the opportunity to reach their second World Cup final.
Swedish football icon Zlatan Ibrahimovic is expected to pull on an England shirt to watch the Three Lions playing at Wembley after he lost a freaky Twitter bet with David Beckham.
England now move on to a last-four date with either Russian Federation or Croatia, who meet in the remaining quarter-final clash later on Saturday. And for the Swedes - they were sent home. For Southgate, the small, positive steps are becoming big ones and he admits there is a real hunger to write some more history in Samara.
"We even prepared for it, but unfortunately we got caught in one of them".
"We were composed and we controlled the game".
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"It's not since 1990 that we've been in a World Cup semifinal". Southgate was on the last England side to reach a semifinal, at the 1996 European Championship, when the team anthem was "Three Lions". There's a lot of quality here, in every team.
"Up until that corner, I felt that we had everything under control", Sweden coach Janne Andersson said.
Germany had been one of the favourites of the tournament, along with France, Spain, Brazil and Argentina, with only France remaining.
"We have lots of good young players who are showing on a world stage they're prepared to be fearless with the ball".
Harry Macguire opened the scoring for England, thrilling fans.
In the second half England goal keeper Jordan Pickford saved the day with stunning defense.
"However, there is no such thing as a weak team in a World Cup".
Harry Kane says he and his England "brothers" are prepared to do whatever is required as they continue to chase their World Cup dream. It gives me the shivers when I think about it. We've got a long way to go. "We've done great up until now, but we have another step to overcome". It's a chance to clamber onto traffic lights, fling beer in the air and toast the success of the footballers in an outpouring of delirium not witnessed across England since the last century. Can this time be different in Samara?