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"Until five or six years ago I was bit vain, and in a way glad that in 1998 we set the bar so high that it was hard to even contemplate, let alone jump over it. I never thought we'd see the scenes in the fan parks", he said.
"We came to support our team as we do not think they lost", said Kristina Ladygina, waiting at the Federation Internationale de Football Association "fan fest" zone for the players to appear.
Mr Colgan, 56, who owns the Garden Brewery in Zagreb, said the World Cup atmosphere had been "electric".
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Phillip Schofield praised the team for what they had achieved and for uniting people.
"We trusted ourselves. We could only prove our worth by working hard", said Cherchesov.
The manager has caught the eye in Russian Federation as much for his sartorial elegance as his success with his young team, lead on the pitch by tournament topscorer Harry Kane. Take this gathering in London's Hyde Park, where thousands came together to watch the game on large public outdoor screens.
But England will fancy itself against a technically excellent Croatia side, especially given its formidable strength on set pieces.
"Of course there is some power left for the English - we will not stop, we will try to play our best game then".
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Luka Modric's supreme season for club and country means he should win the Ballon d'Or, according to Croatia legend Davor Suker.
"We've been always returning to the 1998 team, putting a new burden on Modric and his team".
"We have already achieved something big by reaching the semi-finals". Hopefully, we can get the win.
Dalic's side now face England, who comfortably beat Sweden 2-0 earlier in the day, in their semifinal on Wednesday in Moscow.
The quality of Zlatko Dalic's side shone through in an ultimately comfortable win over the two-time world champions that saw Ante Rebic, Modric and Ivan Rakitic find the back of the net.
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"We're having an outside screen in the beer garden area tonight - and hopefully for the final on Sunday - where there's seating for over 100 people".
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