England defeated Colombia and broke their penalty shootout curse to make the quarter finals of the World Cup for the first time since 2006.
England and Colombia needed a penalty shoot out to decide the match after a bruising 120 minutes ended at 1-1.
England goal keeper Jordan Pickford was the hero for the Three Lions when he saved Carlos Bacca’s penalty to give Tottenham’s Eric Dier the chance to score the winning spot kick, which he did.
Harry Kane gave England the lead in the 57th minute with a penalty that he had earned himself, after Carlos Sanchez rugby-tackled the striker as a Kieran Trippier corner was swung in.
Colombia broke 53 million English hearts when Yerry Mina produced a towering leap above Harry Maguire to score a powerful header from a corner in the 93rd minute of play.
Prior to that, substitute Uribe produced a magnificent strike from over 25 yards that saw Jordan Pickford fly to his left to make a superb save in top corner of the goal with his finger tip.
Jordan Pickford – (GK) 7
Was mostly untroubled until Colombia scored in the 93rd minute. Did some nice sweeping work in extra time when he made a vital clearance. Was the hero in the penatly shoot out with a maginifcent save from Bacca.
Kyle Walker - 5
Kept Colombia’s attack at bay and played the ball out well from the back but made an awful error when he lost the ball in the 81st minute and was lucky that Cuadrado blasted over.
John Stones - 6
A pretty solid display with some good defensive headers and ball distribution.
Harry Maguire - 6
Another strong, consistent performance from the defender until he was out-jumped by Mina in the 93rd minute for Colombia's equaliser.