England penalty hero Jordan Pickford has responded to a comment made from Belgium and Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois concerning his height following his penalty shootout heroics against Colombia on Tuesday.
After a cagey 30 minutes of extra time, England fans would have been fearing the worst as the match headed for penalties.
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And Mourinho, speaking on RT after the game, remarked how England have a truly unique chance to cement a place in the final.
And though his counterpart Jose Pekerman accused England players of faking fouls, Southgate praised his team for largely avoiding reactions to a feisty game that saw 36 fouls and Colombia booked six times to England's two. "If we've got players who are 75% the guys who haven't been in the team deserve to come in and be at 100%".
Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford spoke of researching Colombia's penalty tendencies, and Southgate credited the 24-year-old and his staff for seeing them through.
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After coming through one shootout, Pickford's confidence will be high for the next one if England are put in the same position again. "I might be young but I've got good mental strength and experience and I used that".
"I just felt we had the resilience and belief to get over the line, whatever it was going to take".
And members of the public are pretty thrilled about England's World Cup hopes, with It's Coming Home Memes taking over Twitter. His attitude is brilliant and he's been brilliant in training and taken it into the game.
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England had already waited too long to win on penalties.