England enter FIFA World Cup semi final after 28 years

In the 21st FIFA World Cup being played in Russia, England have eliminated the 28-year drought of the semi-final in the World Cup, defeating Sweden 2-0 and entering the final four of the tournament. In the 30th minute of the game, H Maguire scored the first goal, and the second goal was made by Dele in the 58th minute. The score was 1-0 at half time. In the first half England’s ball was captured by 59 percent, then Sweden’s possession was 41 percent.

In the beginning of the second half, English footballers continued to attack like the first half. The offensive side from was showed by Sweden in the second half, but its players provided blank space to the midfielders of England during this time. England got another chance in the 54th minute of the game, when Maguire, who scored the first goal, passed twice while making a good move, but there was no player at the time to pick up these passes. But soon after the kick in the 58th minute by J. Lingard, Dele scored another header and scored the England 2-0 ahead. Dele is the second youngest player ever to score England goals in World Cup history. The first issue is Michael Owen.

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