England will face Sweden in the quarter-finals of the World Cup 2018 in Russia after their penalty win over Colombia in Moscow.
Harry Kane scored the first goal of the game before Yerry Mina headed in the 93rd minute to take the game to extra-time, with the prospect of penalties looming over England yet again.
However, Eric Dier scored the winning spot kick to see the Three Lions win a shootout for the first time in the World Cup and the first time since beating Spain at Euro '96 as England reached their first quarter-final since 2002 when they lost to Brazil in Japan and South Korea.
Here is everything you need to know about the last-eight tie against Sweden.
When is it?
The quarter-final will be played on Saturday 7th July at 3pm BST.
Where is it?
The game will be played in Samara.
Where can I watch it?
The game will be shown on either BBC or ITV and available online.
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