World Cup final: England beat Colombia Defeated 4-3 in Penalty

Colombia fell 4-3 to England in the penalty shootout for the eighth World Cup Russia 2018. Pickford wore a penalty covering Carlos Bacca. 

Jordan Pickford covered up the auction to Carlos Bacca, and England emerged triumphant 4-3 on Tuesday in a definition by penalties to access the quarterfinals of the World Cup.
Eric Dier was in charge of nailing the fourth shot of the English, for the first time in the instance since the edition of 2016.


Since the 12 steps, Mateus Uribe also crashed his finish on the crossbar.
England will now collide with Sweden, which imposed 1-0 before Switzerland earlier in St. Petersburg. That duel will stage on Saturday in Samara.
The party at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow was defined in the penalties after the draw 1-1 in the 90 regulatory minutes and 30 of extension.

For the third party followed in Russia 2018, the Colombian central Yerry Mina defined headlong. Mina nested the ball in the net in the third minute added, with a stinging touch that hit the crossbar.
It leveled the score after the penal converted by Harry Kane to the 57. Kane leads the tournament scorers ‘ table, with six conquests.

The remaining quarter-finals see Uruguay take on France on Friday while hosts Russia meet Croatia on Saturday.

Source: FIFA 

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