England Cricketers Celebrate Penalty Shootout Victory over Colombia at 2018 World Cup

Thibaut Courtois Dedryck Boyata Vincent Kompany and Michy Batshuayi of Belgium celebrate victory following the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia group G match between England and Belgium

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Launched by angry Colombian supporters, the petition was started after the Three Lions progressed to the quarter-finals via a dramatic penalty shootout following a 1-1 draw in Moscow on Tuesday night.

Dier was the man who scored the dramatic victor after England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford had earlier stopped Carlos Bacca's strike.

Peter Shilton has praised England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford for his coolness under pressure in their penalty shootout against Colombia. The celebrations, however, did not end in the field as Southgate and his boys took to social media to express their delight.

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"How are we going to get over that?"

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England had lost five successive shootouts before luck finally smiled on them at the compact Spartak Stadium.

By now, in such a different time, the foremost risk from England fans might come from having one faint in your direction after England won against Colombia in the endeavor which had haunted it for a generation: penalties.

The England manager knew that practice could only help, that preparing his players technically and psychologically for the moment was an investment of time and resources that might be rewarded.

Well done Gareth Southgate your team did you proud!

When this was put to Trippier, who coolly dispatched England's crucial fourth penalty in the shoot-out, the Tottenham wing-back laughed and shook his head before offering a pointed response.

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"England have a great aerial threat: they collide and fall in the box, there were penalties against Panama".

"I just felt we had the resilience and belief to get over the line, whatever it was going to take".

Leicester forward Vardy ended the game with a groin problem which contributed to him not taking one of England's first five penalties.

"I'm proud of the discipline and I thought we kept our composure in a really hard environment - and we deserved to win.

I think they'll be a lot more careful in the next match because, today, it was far too obvious".

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