Published: Wed, July 11, 2018
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Dalic: We can handle Kane

Dalic: We can handle Kane

Can England's crucial player take them to a World Cup title?

The players, who suffered a heartbreaking quarter-final defeat on Saturday, unfurled a huge banner reading "We are playing for you" in a tribute to their devoted fans and their passionate support during the tournament. Telemundo also saw ratings success Friday for their Spanish-language coverage, recording a best-ever Friday daytime viewership of 1.8 million (which rises to 2.65 million if you count Total Audience Delivery, so they're getting big streaming boosts too). "We don't have any chances to win this Cup and of course we are sad".

After such tight matches, it is easy to forget that Croatia produced a feast of attacking play to destroy Lionel Messi's Argentina 3-0 in the group phase.

Jenas and Modric played in midfield together at Spurs, though the Croatian has gone on to hit even greater heights, winning the Champions League four times and La Liga once with Real Madrid.

World Cup fever is sweeping the nation - and Danny McLaughlin has found himself at the centre of attention thanks to his unbelievable resemblance to star player Harry Kane. I've not met many players as driven as Luka, and I've seen even fewer who are as talented as him.


Russian Federation were the lowest-ranked team entering the tournament and many in the sceptical media thought they would be lucky to win a game.

"The mood in central Moscow tonight is: the Russian team has lost, long live the Russian team", he said.

"He has minor issues, but we have a huge game tomorrow. But now we are collecting those debts in this World Cup".

Just 3,400 English fans were in attendance for the win over Sweden but flights to Moscow have been jammed pack over the past 48 hours and it's reported there could be over 10,000 inside the Luzhniki Stadium and more in fan parks.

"We have already accomplished something but this team can do more", he said. They can hold their heads high and be proud of a run no one had expected of them. "This was my last match for the national team", the midfielder submitted. "We made lots of changes to help us be successful and seeing the younger teams win has been hugely rewarding".

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