With the summer comes warm weather, and with warm weather comes wedding season. Everyone getting married wants good photos, and a sunny day is usually the desired backdrop -- even if it forces men to sweat it out in their suits and tuxedos and women to heat up in their gowns!
When planning a wedding, Saturday, July 7, seemed like a decent date to get hitched in England. One problem: the World Cup quarterfinals.
Considering England's recent woes, maybe these couples figured incorrectly that England...
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is headed to Wembley to watch England play in the near future and will be sporting a Three Lions shirt while downing fish and chips after losing a bet to former teammate David Beckham.
Ibrahimovic and Beckham -- teammates at four clubs during their playing days -- made a wager on the World Cup quarterfinal between England and Sweden on Saturday. England won 2-0, and now Ibrahimovic will have to live up to his end of the bargain.
Ibrahimovic's side of the bet would have had Beckham...
Sweden's unlikely run deep into the knockout stage of the World Cup came to an end in Samara and the competition's biggest overachievers were better 2-0 by England. Headed goals from Harry Maguire and Dele Alli finally breached a usually water-tight Swedish defence and Jordan Pickford made sure good attempts at the other end from Marcus Berg and Viktor Claesson came to nothing.
Sweden got to the quarterfinals of the World Cup and went further than Spain, Argentina and even defending...
ESPN brings you the best of the numbers from England's 2-0 win over Sweden in the quarterfinals of the World Cup.
England are through to the semi-finals of a World Cup for just the third time, and the first in 28 years. They last made the World Cup semis in 1990, when they were eliminated by Germany on penalties. Their only other time in the top four was in 1966, when they won the World Cup as hosts.
England have scored eight of their 11 goals from dead-ball situations at this World Cup,...
Zlatan Ibrahimoivc and David Beckham are good friends, former teammates and have a lot in common -- including playing for four of the same clubs during their careers -- but on Saturday the two global superstars will be rivals for at least 90 minutes.
With Ibrahimovic's Sweden set to take on Beckham's England in the World Cup quarterfinals, the current LA Galaxy star and the former Galaxy, Man United and Real Madrid midfielder have agreed upon a little friendly wager.