The nation will hold it’s breath again tomorrow night.
England take on Croatia in a World Cup Semi-Final in Russia; the first for the Three Lions since 1990.
One of the players with the country’s hopes on their shoulders is goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.
The Washington-born keeper will return a hero regardless of where the team finish his is penalty shoot-out save in the Last 16 against Colombia and his man-of-the-match performance in the Quarter-Finals against Sweden.
His family and friends have watched on from his local in his hometown, the Sky Lounge.
Bar manager Jen tells Sun FM how his brother Archie was after the dramatic shoot-out against Colombia:
“Floods of tears, he was so proud of him. He was totally overwhelmed.
“He did get a few drinks and we got him a bottle of champage and had a toast. It was great”
It could be a historic evening – a win would see England’s senior side reach the pinnacle of football for the first time since they won the competition on home soil in 1966.
Jen is hopeful that the team can bring it home and has this message for the side:
“Everybody is just mega proud – keep on playing the way you’re playing and you can bring that cup home.
“They’re absolute heroes, people will want to give them a handshake and a pat on the back. Whichever way it goes, we are so proud”.