Marcus Rashford insists he would take a penalty against Colombia

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But Switzerland manager Vladimir Petkovic believes whoever wins Tuesday's game at the St Petersburg Stadium is more than capable to upsetting England.

He repeated the mantra that his team were not looking at the possible fixtures beyond Colombia but said they were aware they had a historic opportunity.

The complimentary ale on offer during the game was brewed by TV personality and member of the Leeds United team who won the English top flight in the last season before the founding of the Premier League, Chris Kamara, as part of Greene King's summer of sport campaign.

While England struggled to break down Belgium, you feel back at full-strength they've got plenty of options capable of hurting the Colombians.

"We have to concentrate one game at a time". Southgate will surely be concerned with how his side have yet to keep a clean sheet at this World Cup, conceding in games against Tunisia, Panama and Belgium (even if the final group game was something of a dead rubber).

"We've become like family", he said. But in defense of the staff who were there at the time, penalty shootouts weren't as regular then. If teams are beating Spain and Germany they have also got to be respected.

AP writer Mike Corder joins the podcast to discuss how soccer and philosophy are mixing in Kaliningrad, and we hear from a South Korea fan at the Immanuel Kant museum. "It's just about being able to perform it with pressure".

"I want the players to attack the tournament the way they have, that does not change now we are in the knockout stage". I mean, we've been so fortunate to have a squad of players whose character and spirit has formed an incredible bond.

'But you have seen throughout the World Cup that we have played really well and been doing really well.

Lingard insists England are not getting ahead of themselves in Russian Federation. "We know our ranking of players, but there is a lot of football before we get to that point". The figure drops to 57 per cent if they have failed, as England nearly always have.

He said: "To be honest, I'm not a Jesse, who has his celebrations stored".

"I feel anyone can win it but the teams that are more disciplined - and I'm not saying Argentina and Portugal weren't - if you stay compact, wait for your moment, take your chances.I feel we have a chance", he said.

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.