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Mural of Russia Coach Defaced, Restored After World Cup Loss

12 July 2018

After winning a few yards outside the box just five minutes into the match, Kieran Trippier sent home a attractive free kick to give England an early 1-0 lead as the Three Lions fight for the chance to play France in the final. "But I also don't want to miss England in the World Cup final", said David, a 42-year-old from Leeds.

"My biggest question before the tournament was about who was going to be the goalkeeper and whether they would be good enough".

The World Cup 2018 final is set: France will play Croatia on Sunday, July 15.

"I'm excited to see if Croatian fans are as excited as we are".

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"England look very relaxed".

"I think they've done the country proud".

"It will be a great game".

But first, The Three Lions are on the agenda.

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Sandy Castle, general manager at the pub told the Recorder: "We made a decision to publish the letter to reach out to our customers, to remind them how much we enjoy hosting events like this and providing a safe environment for everyone".

He said all the major supermarkets were shutting in Croatia for the match and the whole country would be watching.

The BBC says one of the two videos in which Vida appeared was posted online after Croatia beat host Russian Federation for the right to play in the semi-final against England.

The only finalists not to have faced a knockout match against a top 15 side in the past 7 World Cups are Italy, who took on home nation Germany, then ranked 19th by Federation Internationale de Football Association, in the 2006 semi-final.

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The video above captured the atmosphere live after the match.

Mural of Russia Coach Defaced, Restored After World Cup Loss