England's Jesse Lingard hails Gareth Southgate's 'revolution' of team

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England's best start to a World Cup in 12 years saw them bag a last-minute victor against Tunisia and storm to a 6-1 victory over Panama, their biggest ever win at any major tournament. But Kane, who was not born when Sir Bobby Robson's side progressed to the semi-finals in Italy 28 years ago, believes this young Three Lions team have a great opportunity to make history.

Whether football actually is "coming home" or not, there is one clear victor of England's World Cup campaign - the waistcoat. When you have the chance in a long, hard tournament to rest players, you should do that.

While this will all count for nearly naught in the Spurs striker's mind if his career with England proves to be ultimately fruitless in regards to trophies won, it will remain a significant milestone for the player who keeps going from strength to strength.

"Everyone gets on. There's no squabbling in the camp, there's no cliques in the camp".

Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson believes England may have seriously miscalculated if they think they have gained a smoother World Cup passage by finishing runners-up in their group. "We just have to go out, enjoy the occasion, enjoy the moment and get that victory".

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"I thought he would be more quiet than he is. You can't wait to get out there", he remarked. For me and as a team, we're not scared of anyone.

It is that understanding on the field that will count above and beyond anything else at Spartak Stadium against a talented Colombia side who are waiting on the fitness of star playmaker James Rodriguez.

But Colombia defender Yerry Mina has revealed that Kane's Tottenham team-mate Davinson Sanchez has been giving inside tips on how to stop the England No 9 from firing England into the quarter-finals.

"I think there's another level for us". We're going to look to do as well as we can to exploit his very few weaknesses, "Alli said". No matter what round we are in, we are still going to play the same.