FIFA said in a statement: "The FIFA Disciplinary Committee has warned The Football Association with respect to the misconduct of a group of English fans who performed political chants during the 2018 FIFA World Cup semi-final match between Croatia and England (cf. art. 67 of the FIFA Disciplinary Code)".More news: Nasa commercial crew program for space station faces delays
"Croatia have been great; they have made the tournament very attractive and interesting but l think France will win the cup because of the experience they have at this level".More news: Air strike in eastern Syria kills at least 28
Shaaz Mehmood, partner, Olive Bistro said: "There has been a huge push in the number of football screenings in the city this year-this could be due to the large number of people from other nationalities residing in the city--temporarily or otherwise". We wanted to play [the third-place play-off], we wanted to finish on a high. We were lucky to reach the final but we've shown this kind of commitment in each game. But Harry Kane will likely bring home the Golden Boot for the six goals he plundered in Russian Federation.
The Tottenham talisman admitted the honour would come as more of a reflection of England's bright start to the tournament.More news: Federation Internationale de Football Association clears Croatia star ahead of World Cup final
"When you look at the goal Mandzukic scored, it was late in the game, he was in the area where you're going to score a goal", Wright said on ITV. But football fans on Twitter have been analysing this crucial moment in the game and we now know that Croatian goalkeeper Daniel Subasic got the slightest of touches to deflect the shot onto the post.