Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford said he had done his research on Colombia and that his "power and agility" helped save Carlos Bacca's penalty in a nail-biting shootout victory that saw England reach the World Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday.
Before the game, England had won only two World Cup knockout matches since 1990 and looked to be making it three when captain Harry Kane gave them the lead from the penalty spot.
Pickford was one of England's heroes tonight in Russian Federation as they won their World Cup last 16 tie against Colombia on penalties.
Uribe's penalty hit the crossbar while Bacca's attempt was saved by hero England goalkeeper Pickford.
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The police statement was released at nearly the exact moment England beat Colombia in a penalty shootout, indicating the person who was detained didn't get to watch the match.
"I had real faith in the goalkeeper and real faith in the penalty takers", he said.
"Absolutely. Yes. No question", he replied when asked the question. "I'm really pleased with his performances".
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"Fantastic", said Southgate. "We deserved it as well". "We had a fair feeling - [Radamel] Falcao was the only one who didn't go the way we thought". But he has rapidly become part of Gareth Southgate's new generation of English talent.
"Huge credit to all of the players and every member of staff because so much effort has gone into winning the way we did tonight".
One player who took an extra moment before joining in the celebrations was Henderson.
Should England win that game, they'll face a semi-final against either Croatia or hosts, Russia. I took a call four hours before kick-off [against Argentina] to tell me what had happened."I was emotionally distraught and I had to make the decision about whether I was mentally ready to play".
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Sometimes you have to repeat a free-kick or whatever but when there are so many fouls and interruptions that's no good. They are subjected to situations which shouldn't be present in football.