Fantasy is edging closer to reality in Russian Federation as the Three Lions continue their charge towards Sunday's final, with Croatia all that stands between them and a shot at history.
"It was the first time we relived it", Alli said.
"I have been in sport in different areas for long enough to know what my life is day to day".
The match was held on the same weekend as the London Pride Parade, Wireless Festival and British Summertime Hyde Park, which brought swathes of tourists to the capital. Screens were smaller, tellies were fat and there were only five channels. Similar events are being held in other major cities.
Sterling caused Sweden plenty of problems in Samara and although he received more flak from some fans for missed chances, David Beckham is the latest former England player to jump to his defence. They have real enthusiasm for these players, not only for the way they have played but also for the way they have conducted themselves. We've been playing well, we're learning and we're all enjoying it.
He said: "Well, I think I've said this before, but I was not a renowned fashion icon throughout my playing career, so it's rather unusual to feel that way now". "It's a very special feeling, it's a privilege for us".
Unlike the previous few England bosses, it appears that Southgate has found the right balance between a relaxed attitude and a strict approach to the game.
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"If you look at all of our attacking patterns and the way that our front four have combined and played, he's been instrumental in that, so I think he's a player that's really appreciated by the team".
"On the ball, I wasn't sharp enough, I didn't keep it as much as I should have".
Emergency services urged people to share photos on social media to help them find people who damaged the auto. Anyway, we won and the staff made this big thing about my lucky socks, saying I had to wear them next game.
The Three Lions are two wins away from getting their hands on the World Cup trophy for the first time since 1966, and Southgate's men are, so far, exceeding their own expectations at this summer's tournament in Russian Federation.
Kris Tarplee has ordered a new black embroidered waistcoat on Amazon Prime, he said: 'My waistcoat should be with me by tomorrow.
Having taken a whopping 11 penalties since the start of the tournament, the England camp will no doubt have been keeping a close eye out and could just be another Powerade bottle from a first World Cup final in 52 years.