After the score 1-1 to 120 minutes, England won 4-3 in the round of 12 fitting kick fit. This is England’s first victory in the penalty shootout in World Cup execution.
England looks a lot of control of the ball early in the game. British dominance presents the first chance in the sixth minute with Ashley Young’s free kick punched by David Ospina.
The 16th minute of Trippier’s pass into the penalty box was greeted by Harry Kane’s header. The ball is still bouncing and it only produces a goal kick.
England who have trouble getting an open play opportunity benefit from the carelessness of Colombian players in banishing attacks that sometimes result in fouls and free kicks for opposing teams.
In the 41st minute England got a chance of a free kick outside the penalty box that Trippier executed. Scores did not change because the ball released Tottenham Hotspur player was sideways from the goalkeeper of Colombia.
Ahead of the game broke up Juan Quintero seeks to maximize opportunities through long-distance kick that can still be captured Jordan Pickford.
Not long ago England again got a chance in the penalty box that can not be solved well by Jesse Lingard kick.
Until referee Mark Geiger sounded the whistle marks finish the first half, scoring a goalless draw still plastered on the scoreboard.
England and Colombia returned to play cautiously early in the second half. But Colombia again committed violations that benefit the British. Carlos Sanchez’s offense to stop Kane’s action to welcome a Trippier corner kicks off yellow cards and penalties.
Had been delayed for some time because of Colombian protests, Kane managed to perform the duties as executor well and bring England lead in the 57th minute.
The matches heated up due to fouls and physical duel by players from both teams. Mark Geiger did not hesitate to sell yellow card in this fight.
England still ahead in control of the ball after leading 1-0. Colombia tried to play more aggressively but struggled to win a duel on the ball in midfield and in the final third of the field.
Colombia’s 81st minute gets a chance from Kyle Walker’s carelessness in passing the ball. The ball that Carlos Bacca captured was then sent to Juan Cuadrado. Cuadrado kick is still wide of the target.
Entering the final minutes of Mateus Uribe’s kick from outside the penalty box pushed over Jordan Pickford and produced a corner kick. From a corner kick taken Cuadrado the ball headed by Yerry Mina and became an equalizing goal.
In the extra round, Colombia showed aggressiveness that made control of the ball look more balanced and resemble the game towards the end of the second half.
Colombia again attempted a cross to score the winning goal, but the trio of Maguire, Santos and Walker were still solid enough to guard the movement of Bacca and Falcao.
There was no additional partema in the half-time, Jamie Vardy posing a threat early in the second half of added time. Hard kick can still be caught Ospina.
England again produced an opportunity when Danny Rose managed to utilize Jordan Henderson bait and fired a shot. The ball rolled to the left of the goal, almost changing the position.
The match continues into the penalty shootout. In a 12-fitting kick, two Colombian executives Mateus Uribe and Carlos Bacca failed to score. While from England only Jordan Henderson who failed to perform the task.
4-3 victory in the penalty shootout passed England into the last eight against Sweden.
The composition of the core players of the Colombian national team:
David Ospina; Santiago Arias, Yerry Mina, Davinson Sanchez, Johan Mojica; Wilmar Barrios, Carlos Sanchez, Jefferson Lerma; Juan Cuadrado, Juan Quintero; Radamel Falcao
The composition of the English national team players:
Jordan Pickford; Harry Maguire, John Stones, Kyle Walker; Dele Alli, Jordan Henderson, Ashley Young, Kieran Trippier; Raheem Sterling, Jesse Lingard; Harry Kane (har)