England and Sweden faced off in the World Cup on Saturday morning, and a familiar dance from Fortnite just so happened to make an appearance in the game. They beat Mexico, which was strong, and then they defeated Switzerland as well.
"But when @england win I want you to come watch an @england game at Wembley wearing an England shirt and enjoying fish and chips at half time".
"They are a good side, who did not give a lot of openings".
"I think we were fearless enough to play at times and open them up, and probably could have had a couple more".
The two European nations go head-to-head in the third World Cup quarter-final of the weekend, with a historic place in the final four up for grabs.
"There are times I think about how far I have come and you think 'is it real?' But every decision I've made and the work I've put in has been for this", he said.
"I did my best to bring as many Swedes as I could", Swedish fan Mats Sjoberg said. Fabian Delph also came off the bench, having returned to Russian Federation following the birth of his third child.
Sweden were undone at two set pieces - goals from which are becoming quite a trend for England - but the Swedish manager lavished praise on England for being "the best team".
"We played an opponent today whose identity is clear and whose togetherness has at times been too much for us to handle over the years". The win saw England qualify to the semis for the first time in 28 years, only qualifying for the last 4 in 1990's, when Sir Bobby Charlton was in charge. We are not the finished article and we do not have world-class players yet, but we have young players who are prepared to be fearless on the ball and have shown a real mental resilience. We've got to stay focused. The victor battles France or Belgium in the 2018 World Cup final on July 15 in Moscow.