The World Cup tables from all eight groups are a hot commodity as fans around the globe try to figure out the permutations needed for their team to make it through to the next round.
Every player dreams of winning the World Cup, and there are very few who are fortunate enough to actually do it.
The next few days are going to be very tight and tense for teams in the Premier League. Goal difference is going to be a big difference, and it will be very close between the top two teams.
The American team was by far the more aggressive team in the first half. Christian Pulisic hit the crossbar, and Weston McKennie should have put them ahead as the young Americans were by far the more active team.
England almost got a result against Croatia, but Kane’s header went wide in the second half. In truth, a draw was probably the fair result.
England had a very even first half and were struggling to get any momentum, but in the second half they managed to get some and were able to win the game.
England remain top of their Group B with only a loss against Wales needed to reach the knockout stages.