Rebekah Vardy bemoans bad weather ahead of England-Sweden game

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Rebekah Vardy bemoans bad weather ahead of England-Sweden game

When it gets to these games, they're not always as honest as they might be about how fit they are.

The air carrier printed up a ticket for a passenger named "Football" and added some hidden gems in the ticket vocabulary for die hard England team fans.

"They have got a hell of a chance and I don't think us as a nation will get a better chance of going all the way to the final, so I hope they grasp it".

While England's win is certainly cause for celebration, the video - which was posted to Twitter just a few hours ago and has already notched up nearly 200,000 views - has sparked numerous people to berate the behaviour of the fans in question.

England will now play the victor of Croatia or Russian Federation, who play at 7pm.

Another said: "Wow, I don't even care if it's coming home, I love this team".

The victory came a bit easier than the Three Lions' previous match against Colombia, in which England needed to prevail in a tense penalty shootout before advancing.

Roy, 54, from Hereford, said: "I'm very nervous, they are very well structured as a side and I am very concerned about whether we can break them down".

Lee, who is originally from Stockton-on-Tees but now lives in Korea, said: "There weren't too many heart-in-the-mouth moments, compared to the Colombia game, so I'm pumped".

"I thought we did well, did well".

Dele Alli put England 2-0 up but Pickford also made another excellent save from Viktor Claesson, then tipped a Berg shot over the bar to ensure there was no nervous finale.

"We set out to make the country proud & we feel we have done that so far".

England are looking to get through to their first World Cup semi-final since Italia 90, but have to improve on their record of one win, two defeats and five draws in major tournaments and qualifying campaigns against the Scandinavians.

"I'm not sure he's always believed that but he's a super talent, a super player and his use of the ball is as good as any defender in the tournament. But it's an awesome feeling to be going to a semi-final at a World Cup".

"Whether that takes it out of them for the final or whether it actually gives them that greatest test going into it, they're more ready for it, I don't know".

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