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Mario Fernandes must have had too much juice. 

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Modric somehow didn't miss that.

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WHOA

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1 minute ago, OctoberRavenO said:

WHOA

Ladder match!

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wait what no

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And the vet with a clinical PK.

Just now, Switzerlineker said:

Ladder match!

RING THE BELLLL

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COME ON COME ON COME ON.

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Rakitic to seal it...

He does it!

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COME ON PLEASE.

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And Croatia wins it

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YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES!!!!!!

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Much happier with that result. If we find Croatia on that form, we'll have a great chance of beating them.

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Happy to still be in with a shout of winning the EWB name change World Cup sweepstakes.

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That's a great final four. This world cup is great.

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1 minute ago, GoGo Yubari said:

That's a great final four. This world cup is great.

Yeah it's pretty quality, it's good to have a real sense of anyone can realistically win it.

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1 minute ago, GoGo Yubari said:

That's a great final four. This world cup is great.

As an England fan, I'm naturally happy.

However, I'm genuinely happy for any of the teams in the semis to win. If we lose, I'll be happy with whoever wins.

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Degsy is in The Semi!

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Dixon just laughing at Bilic like a dick when he says Croatia will want to go to the final, what a prick.

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6 minutes ago, Gazzlory Hunter said:

Happy to still be in with a shout of winning the EWB name change World Cup sweepstakes.

Oh yeah, that's a point. Who are the England, Belgium and French names left (if there are any)?

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Now I don't mind any remaining team winning it. France would be a bit boring, but still.

Crazy but fun world cup.

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It's fun because both Croatia and Belgium have been classed as 'dark horses' since the mid-nineties and now they're both in the semis on merit and could potentially play each other for the trophy.

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