Published: Thu, July 12, 2018
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Harry Kane says England defeat will hurt for a long time

Harry Kane says England defeat will hurt for a long time

This is the second personal tweet to come from Prince William during England's incredible World Cup run; after their impressive 2-0 win against Sweden last week, the future King allowed himself to dream and say those three small words that have been the country's mantra in recent weeks. However, now they have been dumped out, some fans are feeling that all so familiar sense of disappointment in the national team, who have only ever reached one final of a major tournament, and that was back in 1966.

If it's finally happening for England, could we dare hope that it could soon finally be happening for Detroit? "We have had a fantastic journey, further than we thought", he added.

"I'd be amazed if we didn't learn in the next few days that Kane wasn't carrying an injury since the Colombia game", Neville said on ITV Sport.

And Kane is relishing the future in a youthful team.

England is making waves at the World Cup in Russian Federation, and they're being followed by a bittersweet tune.

"But the reality of it is, you think of the Premier League, 30 per cent are English".

However, through my crash course in the other* football, I keep finding more and more striking parallels in the trajectory of each team and their supporters. This has lifted everybody.

But England's revival under Southgate at the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation, now just one win away from their first finals appearance since 1966, has shot the song back on to the United Kingdom singles charts, with the line "football's coming home" also becoming the catchphrase of their campaign. They've brought everyone with them. People looked upon it with some sort of despair.

Croatia have shipped four goals in their last three matches, with Lovren playing a full part in two of those and coming on as a sub in the other.

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