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FIFA World Cup 2018: England made history, England defeated Sweden 2-0, after 28 years England in semifinals

England defeated Sweden and made his way to the Fifa World Cup 2018 semi-finals. England defeated Sweden 2-0 in the third quarterfinal match played at Samarawe Arena Stadium on Saturday.

FIFA World Cup 2018: England made history, England defeated Sweden 2-0, after 28 years England in semifinals

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FIFA World Cup 2018: Harry Maguire becmome hero over England win against sweden, hit first international goal

With this, Sweden’s journey ended in FIFA World Cup 2018, while England had a place in the semifinals after 28 years. Earlier England had entered the semi-finals in the year 1990. In this match, the first goal of England was scored by Harry Maguire in the 30th minute in the first half, while the second goal was done by Dale Ali (58th) in the second half. Now in the semi-finals England will compete with either Russia or Croatia.

In the 30th minute of the first half, England scored a magnificent goal and led 2-0. Harry Maguire scored this goal in the 30th minute. This goal in the World Cup was his first goal of his international career, with the first half ended with a 1-0 lead. In the second half, England again made the goal scorer a 2-0 lead in the 58th minute through Daley Ali’s brilliant header.

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Along with this goal, Daley Ali (22 years and 87 days) became the youngest player to have scored for England in the World Cup. After this, England did not give any chance to make Sweden a goal. However, Sweden had many occasions but he could not afford the opportunity.

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