Southgate has done 'an unbelievable job' as England make history

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Southgate's men dominated its quarter-final World Cup game against Sweden on Saturday - securing them a position in the semi-finals of the tournament for the first time in 28 years.

Three Lions climbed 32 places in the chart, which is separate from the Official Charts Company's weekly chart, after England beat Sweden in their quarter-final game on Saturday afternoon.

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"I have to say over the last 25 years of England, when we're winning we usually drop deep and protect, and when we're losing we get desperate", Neville told ITV. "We have an outstanding mentality in these players, a humility and recognition of where they were 18 months ago and the work needed to get to here. It will be a battle again but I trust us, I have belief in us".

Thousands crammed onto the shoreline at Brighton Beach in southern England erupted in joy as Harry Maguire headed home England's first goal.

"They don't concede a lot of chances so it was important we stuck to what we were doing, we kept moving the ball as quickly as we could and waited patiently for the opportunities".

"And in the end we already did what really matters: knocking Germany out!" We've been playing well, we're learning and we're all enjoying it.

It was the last time - before this summer of course - England reached the last four of the World Cup.

"Cancel your plans for Wednesday night - England have reached their first World Cup semi-final in almost 30 years", said the Sun on Sunday.

Boss Gareth Southgate also deserves huge credit for showing faith in the inexperienced players, some of whom he worked with as England under-21 boss.

"You've brought back the passion, the belief, it's back". And he won over casual fans by displaying a caring side when Fabian Delph was allowed to fly home for the birth of his baby.

"It was my first global goal on the biggest stage of them all", Maguire said. "We have all of the requisites for that - we have a great team, backroom staff, coach, and I hope we will be able to make that extra step to reach the final".

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