Southgate delighted with England support after 20 years of hurt

Many Irish will echo Gareth Southgate's attitude to 'football's coming home' song

Its coming home: Englands World Cup anthem on defeat, nostalgia and hope

The song by Baddiel, Skinner and The Lightning Seeds was originally released for the Euros in 1996, and a new version came out for the 1998 World Cup in France.

But while Harry is less confident about England's chances, his brother Prince William appears to be more optimistic.

If you are yet to come across or still clueless what the hashtag "It's Coming Home" on your social media newsfeed means, then, we can start all over from Stone Age for you.

After watching their team stumble at major tournaments for decades, often falling to much smaller nations, England supporters had begun to think that 2018 might be a different story.

The Croats, who play France on Sunday, fought back to beat England 2-1 after extra time, securing a first World Cup final appearance.

Had Kane added to his six goals in Russian Federation with either of his back-to-back chances in the first half against Croatia on Wednesday, when England was dominating and led 1-0, he could yet be lifting the trophy on Sunday.

Across the country, fans sent their beers flying in the air in celebration of the goal, costing untold pounds in refills.

"It was a good game".

Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic believes victory over England on Wednesday would spark the biggest party in the country's short history.

Pop star Cheryl, who earlier tweeted to say she was running late and had missed the first goal, congratulated the team on what they had achieved.

He said: "Well, I think I've said this before, but I was not a renowned fashion icon throughout my playing career, so it's rather unusual to feel that way now". "We've been one of the youngest teams in the tournament, the least experienced, but we were never quite sure how far this team could go".

Harry recognised Britain's complex and "at times tragic" shared history with Ireland in a speech on Tuesday, saying he and Meghan hoped to reflect on some of the hard passages when they visited the stadium and a memorial to Ireland's Great Famine of the 1840's. Look at the other teams they'll be up against.

He said: "Thanks to you lovely people, Shotgun has been Number 1 for two weeks running".

Their visit captured plenty of attention in Ireland with pictures of their first day making the front page of most newspapers.

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