England captain and striker Harry Kane is proud to have matched the 79-year-old record of scoring in six consecutive matches for his country.
England beat Colombia 4-3 on penalties after the match finished in a 1-1 draw after extra time in their round of 16 game at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow.
Kane converted a penalty in the 57th minute and matched the record set by England forward Tommy Lawton in 1939.
"I am extremely proud (of this record)," Kane said. "Obviously, as a striker, you want to score goals, you want to do your job and help the team.
"Thankfully, we had a few penalties so far in this tournament, so I hope (this) will continue. I am proud of this achievement, but I want to do more. We still have a long way to go at this tournament."
England have advanced to the last eight, where they will face Sweden on Sunday in Samara.