"They controlled the game, they weren't overly flamboyant in any way and I think he's not just got a positivity, but a real calmness about the way he does things".
- Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford after his three excellent saves helped England into the last four.
Jason said: 'I was having dinner with my mum when a work mate rang me, we were talking about football and he said to me that I would never get that tattooed on my bum in a million years.
"To be honest for a quarter final we were quite comfortable and I wasn't expecting that because Sweden area always tough".
Let's hope no over-zealous England fans do try anything like that in Russian Federation.
"It was good timing, I didn't sleep much last night, my wife did a great job back home and both her and the baby are doing very well", added the Sweden skipper, who also spoke about Saturday's game and his side's team spirit.
Among them were brothers Roy and James Ovel, who only made the decision to travel after the penalty shootout win over Colombia, and paid £600 for category one tickets. "Sadly, I don't think they've got a chance at winning it".
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".
Five-time champions Brazil had arrived in Russian Federation with high hopes of putting the humiliation of their 7-1 semi-final thrashing on home soil by Germany four years ago behind them, but were instead sent packing by a clinical Belgian outfit.
Luton chief Nathan Jones has a sneaking suspicion that England will go on and win the World Cup this year.
Scroll down to read what they said, and don't forget to leave a comment below and let us know whether or not you'd have the Three Lions man at Anfield. "I have a good team that still has plenty of room for improvement. That's what we set out to do and we done that today". "But it's an incredible feeling to be going to a semi-final at a World Cup".
"I wish them every bit of luck".