England fans have been left devastated after Croatia denied them a first World cup final with 2:1 defeat, since 1966.
Many England supporters were pictured crying and consoling each other after the Three Lions lost the semi-final after extra-time in Moscow.
There were sad moods all over England and other sympathetic the countries as tens of thousands of supporters poured out of pubs and homes in silence, contrasting the jubilant atmosphere before the match.
Gareth Southgate’s players looked distraught on the pitch after throwing away a 1-0 to crash out of the World Cup in cruel fashion.
Millions of fans across the country cheered the Three Lions on in their first World Cup semi-final for 28 years.
Huge screenings were aired throughout England, including Millennium Square in Leeds, Times Square in Newcastle, Castlefield Bowl in Manchester and Brighton Beach where fans cheered passionately but ultimately were moved to tears.
In Moscow, supporters had gathered throughout the day before the clash at the Russian capital’s Luzhniki Stadium.