Croatia sink England to book France showdown in World Cup final

For the semi-final, millions of fans up and down the country packed into pubs, parks, castles and caravans to cheer on Gareth Southgate's men.
There was a mass exodus of workplaces nationwide, as people tuned in to one of the biggest matches in England's history.
Our reporters were out and about soaking up the atmosphere as a nation dared to dream.
But it was not meant to be, with England's lions falling to Croatia in extra time.

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At Hyde Park in London, up to 30,000 fans saw their team dig deep and battle. The screening of the World Cup semi-final was the biggest in the capital since Euro 96.
There were also screenings at Nottingham Castle, Manchester's Castlefield Bowl and on Brighton Beach.
While at Croydon's Boxpark, there was an early-doors beer shortage as joy turned to anxiety and then to heartbreak.

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