Harry Kane says he can score in every World Cup game

England meanwhile have the much easier looking fixtures, with Colombia up next, before a potential quarter final against Sweden or Switzerland.

And after majority were rested for the final group game against Belgium, they are chomping at the bit to take up the flag once more. Speaking to Britain's Sunday newspapers he said, "Maybe if I'd played against Belgium and didn't score, I'd be thinking, "I didn't score in the last game".

"I think certainly the first two games they were excellent".

Lingard is typical of the style of energetic youngster who has replaced the old guard and won around the hearts of the nation with his commitment to the cause.

Lineker will be the target Kane has set his sights on, with England having stormed into the knock-out stages of the World Cup, raising national expectations to catastrophic levels. "No matter what round we're in, we're still going to play the same".

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Alli told reporters at a press conference that he is enjoying playing at the highest level of football.

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"We've become like family", he said.

"The game against Belgium was a bit of a game which probably no one wanted to win".

"Everyone's excited more than anything. But we're know our qualities and our threats, so we can pose them a few problems as well".

"Certainly going home would be disappointing".

"I think that's the best possible way to go into any tournament because it's so big - it's the biggest sporting event in the world - so it's hard not to get caught up in the emotions and everything, so I just try and stay clear of that". The latest odds have England favourites to overcome their South American opponents, but they will find that Colombia will be more than ready for them in Moscow next week.

"James Rodriguez underwent a scan which showed that he is suffering from minor edema (swelling caused by an accumulation of fluid) in his right leg, but that there has been no muscle tear", the Colombia FA said.

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