England face Colombia tonight in battle to reach World Cup quarter-finals

Posted July 06, 2018

His pick of Colombia only caused more World Cup disappointment for him as, despite the team's "s--house tactics", England prevailed right at the end of the match.

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He was also live streamed watching the tense penalty shootout on his Instagram account, during which he cheered Colombia's goals and England midfielder Jordan Henderson's missed penalty.

"But I have not seen a game like that before and how they behaved". "They are probably the dirtiest team I have ever come up against".

"The referees are chosen by [Pierluigi] Collina, who was appointed by Infantino to change the new Federation Internationale de Football Association from thieves and fixers, and today we saw the opposite - an old and fixed Federation Internationale de Football Association".

On social media, plenty of fans turned their ire on American referee Mark Geiger for the award of the penalty and six yellow cards for Colombia.

"With all due respect, Pierluigi Collina, as the man who designates the referees, he is very bad". He must apologize to the Colombian people, " Maradona told Venezuelan broadcaster Telesur according to Dailymail. It has to be transparent.

"I started to get the feeling that this team could be risky in the next few tournaments".

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He should also be given credit for insisting his players practice penalties, even bringing in a psychologist to help them, after a succession of his predecessors wrote the whole process off as a lottery beyond their control.

"Twice the English threw themselves to the ground and he did not admonish them".

He added: "The penalty was not a foul".

Federation Internationale de Football Association says it "strongly rebukes" Diego Maradona's criticism of referee Mark Geiger following England's World Cup penalty shoot-out win over Colombia on Tuesday.

When Juan Cuadrado blazed horribly over the bar with the goal gaping 10 minutes from time with Colombia's first chance of the match it looked all over for them but there was a fiery sting in the tail of normal time. Geiger is looking at the panoramic and when his head moves back, he sees Kane on the floor.

It states: "There were two controversial moves that were NOT submitted to review by the Video Assistant Referee "VAR" which, had an enormous impact on the development and final result of the game".

England will have just three days to recover before facing Sweden in Samara on Saturday for a place in the semifinals.