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Mina's future looks bright but not at Barcelona

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Yerry Mina's future looks bright after World Cup, but not at Barcelona

Episode 22 of Project Russia chronicles ESPN's Charlie Gibson's travels all over the country to cover the World Cup round of 16 matches.
Relive England's triumphant penalty shootout win over Colombia in LEGO style, as they now build momentum heading into the quarterfinals.

With three goals in three games, each one celebrated with an outlandish dance, Colombia's Yerry Mina has been one of the stars of the World Cup, and the adoration he's received back home has been badly needed after a nightmarish six months at Barcelona.

Mina's fall from grace in Spain and his resurgence in Russia was clearly on the defender's mind when he spoke to reporters following Colombia's penalty shoot-out defeat to England, as his stoppage-time header had temporarily kept his side in the...

 By Chris Wright

Gareth Southgate and Mateus Uribe: Is this the enduring image of England's penalty win over Colombia?

ESPN's Charlie Gibson queries fans about England's World Cup chances while colleague Chris Mendes takes in all the action at Flat Iron Square in London.

Gareth Southgate provided one of the images of the World Cup after overseeing England's penalty shootout win over Colombia in the round 16.

While many coaches might have simply basked in the victory, Southgate took the time and effort to offer words of consolation to several of the Colombian team, including Mateus Uribe who missed.

Southgate's magnanimous sporting conduct was widely commended, with many concluding that it was a result of the heartbreak he himself experienced as a young member...

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England exorcise penalty kick demons to beat Colombia: How social media reacted

After England's first shootout win since 1996, the FC crew delve into all the facets of their win over Colombia and what they need to improve on.
England fans erupted at Flat Iron Square in London as England prevailed over Colombia on penalty kicks to advance to the World Cup quarterfinals.
Eric Dier punched England's ticket to the World Cup quarterfinals with the final penalty of the shootout against Colombia.

England won a penalty kick shootout at a World Cup for the first, exorcising their demons from the spot to beat Colombia to advance to the quarterfinals.

A late Colombia equaliser forced extra time and had England fearing the worst but the Three Lions held their nerve defeating Colombia 4-3 on spot kicks.

Here's how the world of social media reacted to the dramatic ending...

Wouldn't be an England game without some North London derby banter. Three penalty kicks for Spurs players past an...

 By Tim Vickery

Colombia's World Cup over thanks to Jose Pekerman's defensive team selection

England overcome their historic struggles in shootouts and advance on penalties over Colombia, while Sweden do enough to beat Switzerland.
After England's first shootout win since 1996, the FC crew delve into all the facets of their win over Colombia and what they need to improve on.

Before the last of the second-round matches, legendary former Colombia striker Faustino Asprilla tweeted his prediction that "with the happy and beautiful football that has always been our characteristic, today we will beat cold England."

But Colombia's team selection made that a nonstarter.

There had indeed been some happy and beautiful football from Colombia in this World Cup. In their second game, they produced one of the most impressive performances so far to see off Poland 3-0. It was, sadly,...

Yerry Mina stands tall, but reckless Carlos Sanchez costs Colombia again

England end their World Cup penalty curse against Colombia as Eric Dier's decisive penalty sends the Three Lions into the quarterfinals versus Sweden.
England overcome their historic struggles in shootouts and advance on penalties over Colombia, while Sweden do enough to beat Switzerland.

MOSCOW -- Colombia tied a match that appeared to be lost with their rebellious spirit and huge mental strength. They wound up losing their ticket to the quarterfinals in a penalty shootout, but a performance that started out poor ended up being worthy.

It was a bitter farewell from Russia 2018 for Colombia, who were left with the lingering feeling that they had the win within their reach.

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The unyielding mental strength of this team. Their performance was poor, and the defensive plan...

 By Sam Borden

England embrace ugly win vs. Colombia as World Cup turns feisty

After England's first shootout win since 1996, the FC crew delve into all the facets of their win over Colombia and what they need to improve on.
ESPN's Charlie Gibson queries fans about England's World Cup chances while colleague Chris Mendes takes in all the action at Flat Iron Square in London.
Jordan Pickford saved England in their penalty shootout against Colombia, denying Colombia's Carlos Bacca when it mattered most.
England ended their penalty shootout curse with a stunning 4-3 triumph against Colombia to advance to the World Cup quarterfinals.
England fans erupted at Flat Iron Square in London as England prevailed over Colombia on penalty kicks to advance to the World Cup quarterfinals.
England end their World Cup penalty curse against Colombia as Eric Dier's decisive penalty sends the Three Lions into the quarterfinals versus Sweden.

MOSCOW -- In a tournament full of beautiful play, eye-popping wonder goals and grandstand finishes, there was, finally, this: the black eye.

Two black eyes, actually. And a fat lip. And the kind of nasty scrape that leaves blood dripping down one cheek.

How bad was it? Well, England vs. Colombia didn't feature the staggering skill of France vs. Argentina or the blistering pace of Belgium vs. Japan, but rather the body slams and arm bars of a Royal Rumble, as well as the head-butts, face rakes, ankle...