The main talking point of the first half of the Colombia vs England match, however, was from the wait for that Trippier effort. A melee in the wall saw Jordan Henderson clutch his face, and after a review of the replay, it seemed as if Wilmar Barrios headbutted the Liverpool midfielder. He did go down easily, but referee Mark Geiger decided the incident only deserved a yellow card. After the break, the spiky atmosphere continued apace, and on 54 minutes, Kane won himself a penalty for the first eventful chance from the Colombia vs England game. A tug from Carlos Sánchez saw the Spurs striker go down and the current Golden Boot leader stepped up from 12 yards to place it home.
41' – Eventually, we're back to the business of football, and it's Trippier who lines up the free-kick but he can only curl his shot agonisingly wide of the upright!#Colombia 0-0 #England#KOLive #COLENG #WorldCup— Kick Off (@KickOffMagazine) July 3, 2018
With the game at 1-1, in we went to extra time – but with so much at stake, it was perhaps understandable that the match was a whole lot more tentative. Despite the lack of any real chances, it was Pékerman’s men who were playing all the football, however, Jamie Vardy’s runs were stretching the Colombian defence quite thin. And with those gaps left exposed it was almost Danny Rose who became the hero. A move down the left resulted in the defender baring down on goal, but he snatched at his effort and it squirmed just wide of Ospina’s far post. That was as close as anyone came and in we went to a penalty shoot-out.
With the late equaliser against England, Yerry Mina has scored his 3rd goal in as many games at this World Cup, more than any other Barça player. pic.twitter.com/PO37y808eu— Stats (@centrestats) July 3, 2018
At four penalties apiece we were at 3-3 in the Colombia vs England, but up stepped Carlos Bacca to see his spot kick brilliantly saved by Pickford. Eric Dier was there to be the hero, and he was – placing his penalty into the bottom left-hand corner to give England their first ever penalty shoot-out win in a World Cup and book a date with Sweden in the last eight after their incredible victory in the Colombia vs England game. England now face Sweden in Samara on Saturday. Keep visiting Arsedevils for more news and updates on the FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia
The full penalty shoot out of England v Colombia filmed on fancam #EnglandvsColombia #ENGVSCOL #ENGCOL #EnglandColumbia #england #eng #HarryKane #colombia #Pickford #penaltyshootout #penalties @1kevincampbell @GNev2 @andygoldstein05 @jasoncundy05 @GaryLineker pic.twitter.com/dlpQKAmNPD— YNFA (@ynfafootball) July 4, 2018