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I think Croatia might be trying to emulate Portugal's run in Euro 2016 and draw their way up to the World Cup.

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It’s great that we have finally found a goalkeeper after so many years of Rob Green, Scott Carson, Joe Hart and the other ones. 

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If England get through here, I hope they don't have the final going to penalties. That'd be awful

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4 minutes ago, Bobfoc said:

I can't imagine France are terrified by the thought of facing one of these sides right now.

A France win would be such a dull thing.

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Oh, England :(

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Just now, CrOwentia said:

A France win would be such a dull thing.

Agreed. I'll be joining the Croatia bandwagon if England don't come back here.

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We had a good run. 

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John Stones has absolutely gone to sleep.

You really cannot do that at this level. So, so, so poor.

Get Vardy on now for fuck sake.

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Vardy on for Walker.

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"First time England have been behind in this tournament"

🤔🤔

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1 minute ago, Colombaddar said:

"First time England have been behind in this tournament"

🤔🤔

Reserves game obviously doesn't count.

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We don’t create enough quality chances. For as well as we have played, the chances aren’t there enough. 

We haven’t offered anything since the first half really. 

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Just now, Colombaddar said:

"First time England have been behind in this tournament"

🤔🤔

It's one of those "I before E, except after C" rules.

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Trippier appears done.

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As if anyone actually thought that football was coming home.

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Will the shops be shutting early on Saturday to ensure that working folk can watch the England game? 

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Oh well. At least we have Brexit to look forward to!!

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I’m rooting for a France win because of monetary reasons! I was willing to overlook this money for an England win but for a bunch of Croatians no thanks :shifty: 

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This is super cool for Croatia...

... but I really wanted it to be England 😞

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