Neil Ashton is joined by Matt Dickinson and Jeremy Cross to reflect on England's World Cup semi-final defeat to Croatia.on the latest World Cup Supplement. The photographs of the emotional moment are just so damn pure - like something straight out of Friday Night Lights.
In Moscow, Croatia fans said they were taken aback by their side's win. "We will go into this final to win it as we have still not gotten over the  final". But when you've got to this point and played as well as we have. you want to take these opportunities in life.
"Maybe (that was) a effect of being ahead and being the least experienced team in the tournament with the chance to get to a World Cup final", he added.
In the end, a goal from striker Mario Mandzukic in the second half of extra time provided the agonizing difference that booked Croatia a first ever World Cup final place, in which they will meet a formidable-looking "Les Bleus" at the same stadium on Sunday.
"But I think we've built a house here now on good..."
Southgate was reluctant to draw any positives from England's World Cup experience so soon after the crushing loss to Croatia, but said there obviously were many high points and pointed to a bright future for his young, talented squad after their success in Russian Federation. "Many of these players have come of age and I couldn't be prouder of them".
The England boss was also asked if the team's leading scorer Harry Kane had exhausted as the tournament progressed and was perhaps missing his cutting edge in the semifinals.
"We were louder, they were carrying us, they picked us up when we were not in control of the game", Dalic said of the supporters.
Walker also urged the country - in such divisive times - to come together and keep the feeling going.
It's the second time the two teams have met at the tournament and the second time that the outcome of their match will be relatively inconsequential.