Everton captain Jagielka tips England hero Pickford to kick on for Toffees

Everton captain Jagielka tips England hero Pickford to kick on for Toffees

Javier Howell
July 5, 2018

Alex is now hoping to celebrate another England win when Sweden are the opponents in the World Cup quarter finals at 3pm on Saturday, July 7.

"I knew I'd been holding it in, holding it together during the shootout, so to then wake up this morning and see it in the nationals is just weird", he added. He said the Mackems have to stick together.

Speaking to Voetball24, Courtois said: 'The goalkeeper is 10cm smaller than me.

The Tottenham man struggled to make an impact during the group stages but now goes down as the first Englishman to convert a winning penalty.

"He deserves all the praise". "I have got power and agility". He made some fantastic saves in the game. It wouldn't put me off taking another but it might put Gareth off.

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The Sun believes the shine of beating Colombia will be well and truly taken off should they slip up against the Swedes. "I'd take another one but obviously it's down to the manager and I would understand if he chose someone else".

English football is hugely popular in the Scandinavian country but the well-drilled Swedes will not be overawed when they face a team packed with Premier League stars who beat Colombia on penalties after a 1-1 draw on Tuesday.

"We knew what we had to do - we stuck to our plan, we never panicked all the way through extra-time and we knew if it had to go to penalties then it had to go to penalties, and we were ready for that happening". I just got down to business really. It sealed Belgium's position at the top of the table with nine points from nine and left England as runners up. "Maybe it was a good height for the keeper if anything, it needed to be higher or lower but in penalties you can miss or there can be a good save".

It was also no doubt a proud moment for his former 'keeper coach at Deepdale Alan Kelly who reacted to the criticism Pickford had received just days prior.