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England’s comfortable 2-0 win over Sweden set up a semi-final with Croatia next Wednesday where City’s Three Lions quartet will hope to feature again.
Goals from Harry Maguire and Dele Alli mean England will compete their first semi-final in the competition since 1990.
Croatia edged past hosts Russia 4-3 on penalties after drawing 2-2 to set up the clash with Gareth Southgate’s side.
Former Blues’ defender Vedran Corluka appeared as an extra-time sub for the Croatians who haven’t reached this stage since 1998.
With Belgium and France contesting the other semi-final, City have seven players who have made the semi-final stage.
Whatever the outcome of England’s semi-final, the team will remain in Russia at the very least until next Saturday when the Third Place Play-Off is contested – the final will be played on Sunday 15 July.
France take on Belgium next Tuesday (7pm) with England facing Croatia 24 hours later.
A Belgium v England final could see Vincent Kompany taking on Raheem Sterling and John Stones and Kyle Walker trying to stop Kevin De Bruyne – but we’ll await to see the outcome of the semi-finals first!
France v Belgium (St. Petersburg) 7pm
Croatia v England (Moscow) 7pm
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