Carlisle parties in the street after England wins on penalties

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Thibaut Courtois Gary Neville

Colombian fans are not taking their World Cup exit at all well, it would seem, with the ambitious South Americans wanting Federation Internationale de Football Association to review two key decisions in Tuesday's defeat to England.

France take on Uruguay, Belgium play Brazil and hosts Russian Federation face Croatia in the other three quarter finals.

Pickford responded by saying: "I don't care if I'm not the biggest keeper".

"I did a lot of research on them, I've got power and agility", Pickford told ITV.

"Personally I've been having a little competition with Nick Pope the goalkeeper".

Pickford left Sunderland last summer following their relegation from the Premier League to join Everton for an initial £25 million. "(Radamel) Falcao is the only one who didn't go his way.

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Thankfully for England fans it was the former, and barely anyone could claim to be prouder of Pickford's heroics than Gary Davison - the father of his high school sweetheart, Megan. He became the third-most-expensive goalkeeper of all time and, justifying his price tag, went on to have a good season for the Toffees, which achieved a top-half finish under Sam Allardyce. Dier, on the other hand, has started just one match, the final group game against Belgium.

"To say that about another goalkeeper, you know we are in the same position". I just keep myself level-headed and do my best for the team.

Paul Gascoigne famously cried after a booking in the semi-final ruled him out of the final - which England failed to reach after losing to West Germany on penalties.

England will take on Sweden at the Samara Arena, in Samara, at 3pm tomorrow in the World Cup quarter final.

Maradona said sorry after being rebuked by soccer's governing body following comments he made after England's hard-fought penalty shootout win in Tuesday's game.

"We are running out of the adventure at the World Cup, but we are leaving with a clear conscience that we gave it everything on the field".

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