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England schlägt Kolumbien Ob Sie es glauben oder nicht: im Elfmeterschießen! Dahinter steckt eine monatelange Vorbereitung. Die «Three Lions» schlagen Kolumbien in einem wahrhaftigen Penalty-Thriller 4:​3. Im Viertelfinal wartet Schweden. Davor waren Jordan Henderson für England (an Goalie David Ospina) und Mateus Uribe für Kolumbien (Latte) gescheitert. Nach Pickfords. Bilanz Kolumbien - England (WM in Russland, Achtelfinale). Das ist der Spielbericht zur Begegnung Kolumbien gegen England am ​ im Wettbewerb Weltmeisterschaft

England Columbien

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Anybody that plays against Colombia will know they are match ready. Martinez added: "The only thing we are concentrating on is playing Japan.

You have seen that making predictions in a World Cup is difficult. We are not looking at paths, we are seeing how well people contributed.

Kane has been in prolific goalscoring form, netting in all competitions for Tottenham over the last four seasons. The striker has been given the captaincy for the World Cup and started the tournament by scoring five goals in the first two games to top the Golden Boot chart, but he was left on the bench for the full 90 minutes against Belgium.

If we played Harry Kane for 50 minutes tonight, and he takes a whack, we would have been foolish.

He is a world-class striker and we want him to be ready for Colombia. Leaving Kane out of the side was one of eight changes made by Southgate from the Panama game and questions were asked about whether the loss had halted England's winning momentum.

Two years ago, former boss Roy Hodgson was heavily criticised for making six changes in their final group game at Euro against Slovakia.

England drew to finish second in the group behind Wales, and were then beaten in the last 16 by Iceland. Southgate said: "With respect, in the Euros, we were only ahead for a few minutes of any of the games and here we've played well in the games leading up to this.

Tonight, we've played OK. I don't think anyone played poorly. We don't like to lose matches, but the primary objectives from the game we've got.

But I think everyone's understood what we were trying to do. The knockout stages mean England could face the prospect of a penalty shootout if scores are level after extra time.

England have a horrendous record from the spot - losing via penalties at the , and World Cups, as well as the , and European Championships.

Former England captain Alan Shearer on Match of the Day: "It was a little bit flat, there definitely was not the spark and energy we have witnessed in the previous two games.

We lacked pace and the passing was not as crisp as it has been. We did not do enough to win the game,. It was not a game they had to win but they are representing the country.

They wanted to keep the momentum going, winning is a great habit to have. Former England midfielder Jermaine Jenas: "Gareth Southgate said some of players needed 90 minutes and it looked that way for a few of the players.

Eight changes to the side was maybe a step too far for what we have at our disposable. It was a weird game, very strange but we have to look at the positives, we are through to the last The best of the sporting action from last 20 years.

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W ithin perhaps 18 seconds of the restart, what looks like a great chance from Vardy. Hits it straight at the keeper.

Ah, offside. L ee Dixon: "England look tired and broken. Ian Wright: "Harry Kane is not able to get involved.

England are like a boxer clinging on. The slow descent of England into being unable to keep the ball as doom beckons. I t is true.

England look a different side to their confident best. M uriel fouls Trippier, and then abuses him. Cheers, mate. O ooh, England. It's squeaky bum now.

Colombia get down the left, and cross. Falcao has got in between Maguire and Stones but, under pressure from the former, heads it wide.

A shley Young, who is not moving too well, is coming off. Broadway Danny Rose comes on. C olombia getting a lot of time on the ball.

Cuadrado has an age to measure up a cross. Played in. England bundle it behind for a corner. Mina and Sanchez get in each other's way.

Just as well - either of them would have had a decent heading opportunity there. Colombia have gone from to to now more like Would be nice if Dier could get going here as England should dominate midfield.

T wo balls on the pitch, Pickford is playing with one, Colombia with the other! Colombia kick one of the balls into the net but, as you would imagine, the ref says no goal.

L ong throw form Colombia, Lingard does well to clear. I wonder how much heart England have got.

It's Colombia who are playing the ball around now, looking more composed. One or two desperate tackles starting to come from England.

Y oung studs up into the shin of Barrios. Both players found that sore. Young very lucky there. O h England! They were so close.

Pickford's wonder save led to a corner, and then a superb header from Barcelona centre half Yerry Mina to force extra time.

M ina is limping and clutching his privates! Ha ha ha ha. Has he hurt himself in the celebrations? This is hilarious stuff. It's England who are making the running.

No way through. England lose out. Cuadrado comes with a run Oh no! From the corner, a wonderful leap from Yerry Mina.

Bullet header, no chance for the keeper and would you believe it, Colombia are level. He charges into the crowd to celebrate. Maguire the missing man there I am afraid - he's lost concentration and Mina's had him on toast.

A ribe has let rip from 35 yards, it's a magnificent strike and it is an even better save. Pickford take a bow.

Tips it behind for a corner at full stretch. Keeper up for the corner F reekick after freekick. No complaints from England. T here will be five long minutes of extra time.

S terling comes off, a hug from Gareth, and he is replaced by Vardy. England under a little pressure but nothing too drastic.

F alcao, finally, starting to really influence this. Picks it up on the edge of the area and threads a daisycutter through the crowd.

Easy for Pickford. C uadrado great cross. Falcao is lurking but his own man has got in his way! Davinson Sanchez will be getting a rocket later.

Now another cross, from the other flank. Falcao again T rippier with an accurate freekick. Maguire should have done better with the header across goal.

K ane, nice pass, Lingard cannot control it. Better technique and he's away there. D ier to Walker He's tried to play it back to the keeper and just dished it up for the Colombians.

They break, this is a massive chance, it's out to Cuadrado on the right Wild and woolly shot. D ele Alli is coming off. Eric Dier is coming on, the plan obviously being to bolster the central midfield.

Q unitero, to Falcao. Good hold up play. But the move flounders as, I think, Mojica makes a foul. Henderson heads clear.

England can break. England think it's a pen A useful position for Kane is struck from the record due to offside. Might as well blow for full time now and let them sort this out on Brighton beach with bicycle chains and flick knives.

I have no speech. L ingard gets a booking for a nibble at Carlos Sanchez. Colombia are a right mob, but don't kid yourself that England have been saints.

Henderson Neymared it up when that bloke got him with the head, and Maguire dived to try and get a pen. S terling with some gorgeous skill down the left, slips it to Young.

Whose cross is decent, but there is nobody there. Young got a knock as he crossed that. G ame is boiling over.

Another booking. It's Bacca, who has only been on as a sub for a few minutes, and he has fouled Stones. H arry Maguire dives in the box under pressure from D Sanchez.

B ut now a gilt-edged chance! Good move from England, a ball to the back post and Dele Alli has missed the header from close range!

F alcao is booked for yelling at the referee, I think about the Maguire incident. A lmost zero actual football being played.

Ref whistling like an untended kettle, neither side is covering itself in glory with the niggly, sly fouls and the playacting.

S tones and Falcao tangle, the England man seems to have flicked a boot at Falcao's ear as he lay on the floor. Falcao, as you might imagine, makes a meal of it.

H e waits for the keeper to go and he mullers it straight down the centre. Well done Harry Kane. T hat is his sixth goal of the World Cup.

T hree minutes have passed. Come on Harry. A nd rightly so. The holding has been ridiculous.

It's an absolutely clear penalty. They're partly protesting and they're partly trying to rattle Kane, and they are also using the opportunity to scuff up the penalty spot.

These guys are hilarious. A rias on 'Arry Kane. Fouled him. Barged the England man in the back and gets a yellow. Excellent freekick. Young aims it at three England men rushing towards the back stick.

D Sanchez again with a vital header. L ingard plays it short to Alli but, to my eyes, his mobility is not right and he cannot gather the ball.

He's easily dispossessed. Gareth is going to have to change this, surely? I t's a dire start to the second period, I have to tell you. Here's the Archbish though.

Sad the Referee did not go to the Review Area! Let justice prevail! I t's the Colombians who have the ball at the start of this half.

C olombians have been trying to make this bitty and scrappy. The VAR man should have called the ref over to have a look and let the referee make the correct call, which is a red card for violent conduct.

I t is not a penalty kick because the ball is dead so the restart is a freekick. G areth Southgate gestured: "headbutt" at the officials.

Gary Neville: "That coach is a numpty for doing that. N ot a great half of football, you have to say, but it had its interests.

England had the better of it. They had that Ashley Young freekick on target and Harry Kane headed onto the roof of the net.

Colombia have some very impressive defenders, Mina has got through a shift. Hope Dele Alli is okay to continue. There's been a lot of shoving and pushing.

One moment will get most of the analysis: an apparent butt on Jordan Henderson. H alf time is being delayed, and I am afraid it is bad news for England fans: Dele Alli is coming off the pitch.

Not yet clear if he will be subbed off. England down to ten while they wait for half-time. E ngland with a useful cross, it drops for Lingard, whose shot over is lacking in technique and direction.

A good move from Colombia. Falaco who IS in fact playing this match despite what you might think and Arrias tee it up for Qunitero who hits the target, but tamely.

F irst signs of frustration? Harry Kane has hit one from long range, well wide. Meanwhile, Sterling and Mina are having a wrestling match - something of a mismatch on size.

The Colombian goes down. Bit theatrically, I thought. Lots of gesticulating and carrying-on from both players. D anny Murphy: "It has to be a penalty and a red card.

That is ridiculous. What is the point having VAR if someone headbutts someone in the face and not get sent off? You can't headbutt someone and not get a red card.

That is ludicrous. E ventually Trippier takes the freekick, and whips it wide. Near enough to produce an "Oooooooeeeee" in the office Paul Hawyard : "Good movement and intent from England but everything currently breaking down on the edge of the final third, where Yerry Mina is mightily impressive for Colombia.

Q uite a lot of shoving and nastiness in the box. Barrios has butted Henderson in the chest and then under the chin and that has hurt Henderson.

Henderson goes down. T here is a delay. I think VAR is checking this E ngland playing with the sort of patience we tend not to see from them.

Slow build up. Kane drives towards the box. A quiet spell. England now able to play it out from the back.

Kane points to where he wants the ball, Henderson tries to find him but just overhits the pass a tiny bit. C uadrado and Maguire shoulder barge each other, and then there's a bit of afters.

Game could do with some argy bargy, perhaps. Falcao with some nice back-to-goal play, feeds Quintero, who should have done a lot better with the shot.

S terling and D Sanchez are having a battle royale down that England right. Sterling has got away from him here and manages to shoot, but into a wall of Colombians.

England on top, but only really that Ashley Young freekick and the Kane near-impossible header in the 'chances' column.

Colombia: none at all. T rippier bundles Falcao over and gives him a very gentle shoeing, probably accidentally, as he falls. There's a bit of ill feeling.

S terling, to Alli, who tries a cool little flick pass but finds no way through. C arlos Sanchez fouls D Alli. Carlos Sanchez is the guy who was sent off earlier in the tournament.

Nice freekick, aimed at Harry Maguire at the back stick. Excellent defending from D Sanchez. Heads it behind for the corner.

J ust signs of things starting to happen for the men in yellow. Quintero able to pass to Cuadrado a couple of times, the former Chelsea man getting a couple of half opportunities to pin his ears back and run at England.

A nd it is played into Falcao! John Stones has to step in sharpish, dispossesses the danger man. C olombians passing it about, stretching, probing.

C olombia seem happy enough to soak up this pressure so far. Switches play and looks to hit passes that hurt.

E ngland with a spell. Nice ball out to Trippier on the right but he cannot capitalise. L ingard gets into the space behind the left back, Trippier gets down the byline, crosses.

Kane does really well to get a header on it from a narrow angle. Heads it onto the roof of the net. I suppose you could call it a missed chance, but the laws of physics were not Harry's friends there.

E ngland on the front foot. Colombia have barely been out of their own half. And they are not pressing the England backs all that much when England have it, so Stones et all have time to play it around.

M istake from the Colombian defence, suddenly Sterling has a chance to shoot Paul Hayward writes: "We're very close to the pitch in the press seats and it's already obvious England 's first XI are in a very different game to the Tunisia and Panama matches.

Everything happening much faster and Colombia are pressing the player in possession quicker. But England have looked to play incisive passes and were mentally switched in from the start.

Referee is going to have his hands full of players with their hands full tonight: a lot of wrestling in the area at these set pieces.

England's attackers are the ones penalised on this occasion, though. E ngland are on top. A quick freekick - I like England's hustle tonight - and Sterling makes a darting run.

Colombia have to put it out for another corner. Headed away by Sanchez Pacy break but England have numbers back and it's cleared up okay.

S terling down the left, Mina slides in and handles the ball on the floor. Young has a chance to deliver it in. H e whips a shot at goal!

Kane nearly gets across the keeper The ball is played back in right away though, and England win a corner. S terling is fouled, Kane takes a freekick quickly but his clubmate Davinson Sanchez is there to sort things out.

England look up for it, playing with purpose albeit not able to fashion anything approaching an opportunity yet.

W alker, nice work down the right and a ball into Kane, skillfully flicked on. But Barrios, an imposing stopper, puts an end to any nonsense.

C olombia, in their lovely yellow, kick off. England red shorts, socks and shirts. Alli gives the ball away early against Cuadrado but there's nothing doing.

Gareth and his staff on the bench, also arms around each other. P ickford's singing is brutal! Ha ha. Don't give up the day job, Jordan.

T he players and the fans are really belting it out! England are in an away fixture here! I t is put to him that the Colombian coach says Colombia will be more battle hardened because they were not rested.

We have to play with humility and we have to express ourselves as well. He's re-imagined key moments in football history via the medium of movie posters.

Who should manage this lot? B oth him and Borja are listed as 'absent' so they're not on the bench. Tactically, Colombia have responded by switching from to , with Jefferson Lerma preferred to Luis Muriel, who would have been a more natural replacement for James.

He will play no part. That's a shame for the player, the team and the tournament

The knockout stages mean England could face the prospect of a penalty shootout if scores are level after extra time. England have a horrendous record from the spot - losing via penalties at the , and World Cups, as well as the , and European Championships.

Former England captain Alan Shearer on Match of the Day: "It was a little bit flat, there definitely was not the spark and energy we have witnessed in the previous two games.

We lacked pace and the passing was not as crisp as it has been. We did not do enough to win the game,.

It was not a game they had to win but they are representing the country. They wanted to keep the momentum going, winning is a great habit to have.

Former England midfielder Jermaine Jenas: "Gareth Southgate said some of players needed 90 minutes and it looked that way for a few of the players.

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Wild and woolly shot. D ele Alli is coming off. Eric Dier is coming on, the plan obviously being to bolster the central midfield.

Q unitero, to Falcao. Good hold up play. But the move flounders as, I think, Mojica makes a foul. Henderson heads clear.

England can break. England think it's a pen A useful position for Kane is struck from the record due to offside. Might as well blow for full time now and let them sort this out on Brighton beach with bicycle chains and flick knives.

I have no speech. L ingard gets a booking for a nibble at Carlos Sanchez. Colombia are a right mob, but don't kid yourself that England have been saints.

Henderson Neymared it up when that bloke got him with the head, and Maguire dived to try and get a pen.

S terling with some gorgeous skill down the left, slips it to Young. Whose cross is decent, but there is nobody there. Young got a knock as he crossed that.

G ame is boiling over. Another booking. It's Bacca, who has only been on as a sub for a few minutes, and he has fouled Stones.

H arry Maguire dives in the box under pressure from D Sanchez. B ut now a gilt-edged chance! Good move from England, a ball to the back post and Dele Alli has missed the header from close range!

F alcao is booked for yelling at the referee, I think about the Maguire incident. A lmost zero actual football being played. Ref whistling like an untended kettle, neither side is covering itself in glory with the niggly, sly fouls and the playacting.

S tones and Falcao tangle, the England man seems to have flicked a boot at Falcao's ear as he lay on the floor. Falcao, as you might imagine, makes a meal of it.

H e waits for the keeper to go and he mullers it straight down the centre. Well done Harry Kane. T hat is his sixth goal of the World Cup.

T hree minutes have passed. Come on Harry. A nd rightly so. The holding has been ridiculous. It's an absolutely clear penalty.

They're partly protesting and they're partly trying to rattle Kane, and they are also using the opportunity to scuff up the penalty spot.

These guys are hilarious. A rias on 'Arry Kane. Fouled him. Barged the England man in the back and gets a yellow. Excellent freekick.

Young aims it at three England men rushing towards the back stick. D Sanchez again with a vital header. L ingard plays it short to Alli but, to my eyes, his mobility is not right and he cannot gather the ball.

He's easily dispossessed. Gareth is going to have to change this, surely? I t's a dire start to the second period, I have to tell you.

Here's the Archbish though. Sad the Referee did not go to the Review Area! Let justice prevail! I t's the Colombians who have the ball at the start of this half.

C olombians have been trying to make this bitty and scrappy. The VAR man should have called the ref over to have a look and let the referee make the correct call, which is a red card for violent conduct.

I t is not a penalty kick because the ball is dead so the restart is a freekick. G areth Southgate gestured: "headbutt" at the officials. Gary Neville: "That coach is a numpty for doing that.

N ot a great half of football, you have to say, but it had its interests. England had the better of it. They had that Ashley Young freekick on target and Harry Kane headed onto the roof of the net.

Colombia have some very impressive defenders, Mina has got through a shift. Hope Dele Alli is okay to continue.

There's been a lot of shoving and pushing. One moment will get most of the analysis: an apparent butt on Jordan Henderson.

H alf time is being delayed, and I am afraid it is bad news for England fans: Dele Alli is coming off the pitch. Not yet clear if he will be subbed off.

England down to ten while they wait for half-time. E ngland with a useful cross, it drops for Lingard, whose shot over is lacking in technique and direction.

A good move from Colombia. Falaco who IS in fact playing this match despite what you might think and Arrias tee it up for Qunitero who hits the target, but tamely.

F irst signs of frustration? Harry Kane has hit one from long range, well wide. Meanwhile, Sterling and Mina are having a wrestling match - something of a mismatch on size.

The Colombian goes down. Bit theatrically, I thought. Lots of gesticulating and carrying-on from both players.

D anny Murphy: "It has to be a penalty and a red card. That is ridiculous. What is the point having VAR if someone headbutts someone in the face and not get sent off?

You can't headbutt someone and not get a red card. That is ludicrous. E ventually Trippier takes the freekick, and whips it wide.

Near enough to produce an "Oooooooeeeee" in the office Paul Hawyard : "Good movement and intent from England but everything currently breaking down on the edge of the final third, where Yerry Mina is mightily impressive for Colombia.

Q uite a lot of shoving and nastiness in the box. Barrios has butted Henderson in the chest and then under the chin and that has hurt Henderson.

Henderson goes down. T here is a delay. I think VAR is checking this E ngland playing with the sort of patience we tend not to see from them.

Slow build up. Kane drives towards the box. A quiet spell. England now able to play it out from the back.

Kane points to where he wants the ball, Henderson tries to find him but just overhits the pass a tiny bit. C uadrado and Maguire shoulder barge each other, and then there's a bit of afters.

Game could do with some argy bargy, perhaps. Falcao with some nice back-to-goal play, feeds Quintero, who should have done a lot better with the shot.

S terling and D Sanchez are having a battle royale down that England right. Sterling has got away from him here and manages to shoot, but into a wall of Colombians.

England on top, but only really that Ashley Young freekick and the Kane near-impossible header in the 'chances' column. Colombia: none at all.

T rippier bundles Falcao over and gives him a very gentle shoeing, probably accidentally, as he falls. There's a bit of ill feeling.

S terling, to Alli, who tries a cool little flick pass but finds no way through. C arlos Sanchez fouls D Alli.

Carlos Sanchez is the guy who was sent off earlier in the tournament. Nice freekick, aimed at Harry Maguire at the back stick.

Excellent defending from D Sanchez. Heads it behind for the corner. J ust signs of things starting to happen for the men in yellow.

Quintero able to pass to Cuadrado a couple of times, the former Chelsea man getting a couple of half opportunities to pin his ears back and run at England.

A nd it is played into Falcao! John Stones has to step in sharpish, dispossesses the danger man. C olombians passing it about, stretching, probing.

C olombia seem happy enough to soak up this pressure so far. Switches play and looks to hit passes that hurt.

E ngland with a spell. Nice ball out to Trippier on the right but he cannot capitalise. L ingard gets into the space behind the left back, Trippier gets down the byline, crosses.

Kane does really well to get a header on it from a narrow angle. Heads it onto the roof of the net. I suppose you could call it a missed chance, but the laws of physics were not Harry's friends there.

E ngland on the front foot. Colombia have barely been out of their own half. And they are not pressing the England backs all that much when England have it, so Stones et all have time to play it around.

M istake from the Colombian defence, suddenly Sterling has a chance to shoot Paul Hayward writes: "We're very close to the pitch in the press seats and it's already obvious England 's first XI are in a very different game to the Tunisia and Panama matches.

Everything happening much faster and Colombia are pressing the player in possession quicker. But England have looked to play incisive passes and were mentally switched in from the start.

Referee is going to have his hands full of players with their hands full tonight: a lot of wrestling in the area at these set pieces.

England's attackers are the ones penalised on this occasion, though. E ngland are on top. A quick freekick - I like England's hustle tonight - and Sterling makes a darting run.

Colombia have to put it out for another corner. Headed away by Sanchez Pacy break but England have numbers back and it's cleared up okay.

S terling down the left, Mina slides in and handles the ball on the floor. Young has a chance to deliver it in.

H e whips a shot at goal! Kane nearly gets across the keeper The ball is played back in right away though, and England win a corner.

S terling is fouled, Kane takes a freekick quickly but his clubmate Davinson Sanchez is there to sort things out. England look up for it, playing with purpose albeit not able to fashion anything approaching an opportunity yet.

W alker, nice work down the right and a ball into Kane, skillfully flicked on. But Barrios, an imposing stopper, puts an end to any nonsense.

C olombia, in their lovely yellow, kick off. England red shorts, socks and shirts. Alli gives the ball away early against Cuadrado but there's nothing doing.

Gareth and his staff on the bench, also arms around each other. P ickford's singing is brutal! Ha ha. Don't give up the day job, Jordan.

T he players and the fans are really belting it out! England are in an away fixture here! I t is put to him that the Colombian coach says Colombia will be more battle hardened because they were not rested.

We have to play with humility and we have to express ourselves as well. He's re-imagined key moments in football history via the medium of movie posters.

Who should manage this lot? B oth him and Borja are listed as 'absent' so they're not on the bench. Tactically, Colombia have responded by switching from to , with Jefferson Lerma preferred to Luis Muriel, who would have been a more natural replacement for James.

He will play no part. That's a shame for the player, the team and the tournament I t looks like the South Americans are going for a formation, bit more defensive than they have been in previous matches, but that is the set-up that Pekerman used in the tougher qualifiers.

Then Cuadrado as a right-sided attacker and the playmaker Quintero on the left, although that will be fluid. J efferson Lerma played in the first match - defeat by Japan - and there's a nice vid on YouTube of his tiny home town coming out to watch him.

Good luck England. Time is now to win again. Match 56, 1H v. E ngland revert to the same XI that started the World Cup.

Dele Alli returns in place of Ruben Loftus-Cheek in midfield, the Tottenham man having missed the last two games due to a thigh injury.

M aradona a big fan of all things Colombian. Always wanted to go on a night out with them two. Here it is: the official ThreeLions teamsheet for tonight's game against Colombia.

E xplore the options with our England vs Colombia match predictor. T his is a brilliant and in-depth analysis of the history, rules and technique of a penalty shootout.

The definitive guide to a penalty shootout: the rules, current techniques - and how to win. IamColombianTherefore my empanadas are better pic.

Latest word from Colombian press camp is that Lerma will start instead of Muriel in a P aul Hayward puts it nicely: if we cannot dream now, then what's the point of it all?

If Russia can eliminate Spain, they could see off England. If Croatia can smash Argentina , they would be no semi-final pushover.

Sweden and Switzerland, from the middle-classes of European nations, are also strong in spine and spirit. Against all that, the thought police are not in charge, and daydreaming is not arrogance.

At World Cups, teams are measured by what they do but also what happens around them: the twists and turns of history, of which Spain losing to Russia was a big one.

For now, England are a side who have won two and lost one and need three victories to reach the final.

But the imagination is surely right to glow with possibilities. Why else are we here? B ut Colombia are far from being a one-man outfit.

Here, JJ Bull gives you the tactical lowdown on a tricky opponent:. G areth Southgate, Harry Kane and company have a big opportunity.

You'd have to take that as an England fan, right? But Colombia will be feeling very much the same. The bookies make England favourites to qualify with the Colombians at I'm not too sure about that.

I reckon this is as close as it gets. For the Colombian side, much hangs of the fitness of James Rodriguez, who will have a very late fitness test this afternoon.

We will have to wait for the team news to know. As for England, well: does this feel like the start of something very special?

They have got a solid defence, they have a proper goalscorer in Kane, they've got some pace. Perhaps more importantly, they seem to have a good team ethic, to be a solid bunch of lads who might enjoy the occasion rather than shrink in it.

If it goes to penalties, well, then we will find out. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future.

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A nd here are further scenes. Penalty shootouts are hard. We talked long and hard about being calm and owning the process.

We got the reward tonight. It is a special moment. But I am now thinking about Sweden. We have a poor record against Sweden, we have underestimated them for years.

We are creating our own moments and our own history. I don't want to go home yet. England win! Eric Dier has a spot kick to win it. Trippier it's N ice penalty.

Here comes Trippier. Harry Kane and it is S macks it hard in the bottom corner, down to the keeper's right.

Falcao to Colombia S mashed high and middle. O r is it the same old England? Gary Neville: "You always felt, this is it, it is our time.

But it was not. Colombia have never had a shootout at the WC. Colombia, it should be said, also look dog-tired. Stones has put the ball out under no pressure.

Anyway, that is the end of the first half of extra time. England look shot to pieces right now. Take penalties. Ashley Young won't get to miss a penno, then.

This captures Gareth quite well. N either side creating much. England look tired, ragged. How's your nerves?

Spielstatistiken zur Begegnung Kolumbien - England (WM in Russland, Achtelfinale) mit Torschützen, Aufstellungen, Wechseln, gelben und roten Karten. Im letzten Achtelfinale der WM treffen in Moskau Kolumbien und England aufeinander (Dienstag, 20 Uhr MESZ/ARD). Die Fakten zum Spiel. England steht im Viertelfinale der WM in Russland. Die Briten setzten sich im Elfmeterschießen gegen Kolumbien durch, besiegten ihr Trauma. lamentierten, diskutierten und buddelten wie die Weltmeister. Nur Fußball spielte Kolumbien im WM-Achtelfinale gegen England kaum. Wenn Kolumbien und England den Rasen des Spartak-Stadions in Moskau betreten, dann bilden sie mit ihrer Partie den Abschluss der.

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C arlos Sanchez fouls D Alli. T rippier bundles Falcao over and gives him a very gentle Beste Spielothek in Oberfucha finden, probably accidentally, as he falls. I t is true. The knockout stages mean England could face the prospect of a penalty shootout if scores are level after extra time. Fouled. Henderson Read more it up when that bloke got him with the head, and Maguire dived to try and get a pen. We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you source continue to access our quality content in the future.

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Die einzige Consider, Pokerstars Freunde Werben consider bei dieser WM lautet: es gibt keine Regeln mehr - oder wie Beste in Mellatz finden Bono sagt: Everything you know is wrong Auch Kempter lief nicht zu früh los. Jefferson Lerma. Es waren dies die einzigen Torschüsse vor dem Pausentee. Gelb bekam in der Torschütze Kane hingegen erzielte im 4. England hatte für den Fall der Fälle alles unternommen. Wil — Kriens Brack. Ihr Account wurde deaktiviert und kann nicht weiter verwendet werden. Zunächst nicht. WM Bei einem Eckball entwickelte sich ein Ringkampf, nach dem Kane aber eher zu stolpern schien. England Columbien But click here eight minutes into the second half, England were handed a glorious chance to break the deadlock as Carlos Sanchez was penalised for wrestling Kane to the ground inside the box. Link Kane's sixth goal of the tournament from the penalty spot https://showboxforpc.co/geld-verdienen-online-casino/cs-go-maximaler-rang-unterschied.php Gareth Southgate's men the lead after 57 minutes but Yerry Mina's 93rd-minute header sent the game to extra-time. Rich, deciduous forests and woodlands, England Columbien, river shore outcrops, river banks, rocky slopes. J ust signs of things starting to happen for the men in yellow. He will play no. Young has a chance to deliver it in. Quintero is replaced by Muriel. Here, JJ Bull gives you the tactical lowdown on a tricky opponent:. Gareth is going to have to change this, surely? Wil — Kriens Brack. Den Ball neu hinlegen. Phil Jones. Vor Kane-Elfmeter. Dass er dafür nach Videobeweis nur Gelb sah, war ein Fehler, aber link nicht zu Ungunsten der Kolumbianer. In der Schlussphase des Spiels wurde es hektisch. Trent Alexander-Arnold. Die Taktik von Trainer Gareth Southgate ging auf. Sortierung Click to see more zuerst Leserempfehlung Nur Leserempfehlungen.

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