England fans smash up IKEA, bus stop after win against Sweden

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In the minutes and hours that followed the triumph, joyous fans took to the streets in England to party, in anticipation of England's first trip to a World Cup semifinal since 1990. Captain Harry Kane, who leads the goalscoring charts in Russian Federation with six strikes, failed to find the net for the first time but said confidence was high after England posted their best run at a major tournament since Euro '96.

Just two wins away from being crowned World Cup champions for the first time since 1966, England is getting a little bit insane right now.

"The semi-final of a World Cup is not an easy game, but it's a game we feel we are ready for".

Alli isn't the first player to bust out a Fortnite dance during the World Cup - France's Antoine Griezmann and Alli's England teammate Jesse Lingard have also inflicted similar emotes on millions watching all over the world. Now they can dream of a grander ambition. Then when you come on to the big stage, you have got to perform, and it is football.

"We are still buzzing like a fly round a light-bulb", he said.

"They still want to fight that war".

A group of men were pictured at an IKEA in Stratford, London, jumping on beds at the Scandinavian-founded megachain, shortly after their country's team won 2-0 in Samara, Russia.

Not in a long time has there been so much support for an England team at a major tournament and clearly the players are thriving from that.

Croatia defender Vida faced possible disciplinary sanctions from Federation Internationale de Football Association after posting a clip dedicating the victory to Ukraine.

It is expected that a significant influx of England fans will attempt to reach Moscow and get tickets for Wednesday's semifinal against Croatia.