It can be confirmed that the World Cup is not coming home, but will be going to either France, Morocco, Croatia or Argentina after England lost in the quarter-final to France 2-1.
The first real chance of the game fell to Oliver Giroud who headed the ball safely into Pickford’s hand.
Few minutes later, Aurelien Tchouamé scored a 25 yards stunner to put the Les Blues in front.
England thought they had a penalty on 26 minutes as Kane went down after a foul by Dayot Upamecano, but VAR waved away the protests.
The Three Lions pushed forward in attempt to roar but had their chances saved by Hugo Lloris in goal for France.
Jude Bellingham also tried to put England back on level but his shot was parried away by France captain Hugo Lloris again.
In the 53rd minute, England finally drew level with Bukayo Saka being fouled in the 18 yard box. Skipper, Harry Kane stepped up and dispatched the penalty excellently.
England were hyped by this equalizer as Saka came close to scoring the winner minutes later but his effort was saved by Lloris and Harry Maguire’s header clipped the post.
Olivier Giroud scored a trademark header to put a quiet French team ahead as he headed home an Antoine Griezman’s cross.
Kane had a chance to equalize for England again from the penalty spot but this time he struck his shot over the crossbar.
The score stayed the same and England suffered a disappointing defeat to France.
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