England will play in a World Cup semi-final for the first time since 1990 after they enjoyed a deserved 2-0 victory over Sweden.
The Three Lions were, as expected, the better side throughout and took the lead on the half-hour mark, courtesy of yet another set-piece goal.
This time it was Harry Maguire who powered home a header from a corner after weak defending from the Swedes.
Raheem Sterling was one of the better English performers on the day, but the Manchester City attacker failed to make the most of a number of great opportunities to score.
When Sweden threatened the English goal, they were foiled by Jordan Pickford, who continues to enjoy a superb tournament.
Pickford thwarted Marcus Berg via a superb save early in the second-half, as the Swedes looked for an equaliser.
However, soon after England would get their second of the game, with Dele Alli heading in a Jesse Lingard centre.
Sweden would test Pickford again before the end, with the Everton ‘keeper again producing a fine stop.
England would ultimately hold on to claim a deserved victory against an admittedly mediocre Swedish side.
Gareth Southgate and co. now progress to the semi-finals, where they’ll face Croatia, after what has been an incredible and unexpected adventure.
One more good display and a place in the final awaits the Three Lions. Who’d have thought that a month ago?