Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

FIFA Investigation Underway as England Fans Accused of 'Potentially Discriminatory' Chants

FIFA Investigation Underway as England Fans Accused of 'Potentially Discriminatory' Chants

It's been a thrilling tournament in Russian Federation but one pundit has known for some time that England would lose to Croatia in the last four.

Despite Kieran Trippier giving England an early lead, Croatia clawed their way back into the game and edged past Southgate's side after extra time. We are focused on ourselves.

And eight years previously, when Germany beat England 4-1 in South Africa, depriving them of reaching the final eight, the general consensus in the media appeared to be that England were outplayed.

"We can confirm that a report has been filed in relation to chants of a possible discriminatory nature by English fans", said Federation Internationale de Football Association.

ENGLAND face Belgium in the World Cup third-place play-off on Saturday, but who will start?

It's the second time the two teams have met at the tournament and the second time that the outcome of their match will be relatively inconsequential.

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During its course to the finals, the Balkan nation defeated 2014 World Cup runners-up Argentina, Nigeria and Iceland in the group stages before putting up gutsy performances in the knockout stages.

"Whether that had an effect on us not wanting to take as many chances as we had, subconsciously, I don't know". We're gutted, we've worked so hard and the fans were awesome.

New Zealand may still be winners at the World Cup after all.

The Chelsea defender said: "It is a good conversation for me to have with the manager in the coming month or so".

Take Me Out host Paddy McGuiness said: "Deeply upset but what a World Cup campaign @England have given us". It's great that they may have had a feeling that playing for England is always misery, regret, recrimination and they have seen that it can be fun, it can be enjoyable.

"This was our problem for 10 years, we had great individuals but no unity and that's why I had to build that unity of goal in the team". "I'm remarkably proud of the group of players", he added.

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