England's midfielder Dele Alli (L) and England's midfielder Jesse Lingard (R) react after a missed chance during the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup semi-final football match between Croatia and England at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on July 11, 2018.
"Every time we wear the shirt of our national team, we want to play with pride and play well and win".
"Maybe (that was) a outcome of being ahead and being the least experienced team in the tournament with the chance to get to a World Cup final", he added.
England captain Kane told ITV Sport: "It's tough".
"You did us proud": The Star pays tribute to England's "brave lions", even though they came up short on a "night of raw emotion".
The Times and The Guardian said it was the "end of the dream" while i said "Southgate's team will still return as heroes after superb World Cup effort".
In their other appearance, in 1966, in London, they entered popular folklore by beating West Germany, an achievement that many fans have long thought they would never see again.
World Cup, Novak Djokovic cheers for Croatia and gets heavily criticized
Novak Djokovic made a right racket at Wimbledon . "Double standards, my friend", screamed the former world number one. This is a 32nd Grand Slam semi-final appearance for Djokovic, although there was some doubt he would reach that mark.
"Whether that had an effect on us not wanting to take as many chances as we had, subconsciously, I don't know".
The front pages are in stark contrast to how England's performance was portrayed in 2014, when the team were knocked out in the group stages - the first time since 1958.
As Croatia now face France on Sunday to decide who is crowned world champion, England will have a second go at Belgium for the third-place play-offs this Saturday.
"But I think we've built a house here now on good..."
Despite the potentially imminent tattoo remarkably Powell is still supporting England.
British Prime Minister Theresa May would like to host an event for the English football team after they reached the World Cup semi-finals for the first time in 28 years, her spokeswoman said on Thursday. "It's going to hurt for a while, of course, but we can hold our heads up high".