Russia 2018: World Cup Is Coming Home, Says Prince Harry
Even though England have yet to book a ticket for the final, Prince Harry is confident his team would beat Croatia.
Asked if football is coming home during a visit to the Irish President’s residence in Dublin - a reference to England’s 1996 soccer anthem “Three Lions” - Harry replied, “most definitely.”
Harry and his American wife, Meghan began a two-day visit to Dublin on Tuesday, their first trip abroad since their well celebrated wedding in May.
Harry, whose brother William is the President of England’s Football Association, is due to leave Ireland later on Wednesday and return home in time for the 7PM kick off in Moscow.
In tonight’s game, Luka Modric and Harry Kane will be leading the line as Croatia and England go in for battle; seeking a coveted spot in the final of the Russia 2018 World Cup.
Since Croatia dispatched the Super Eagles of Nigeria in their opening match barely three weeks ago, they have not looked back; winning all their subsequent games and increasingly looking like potential candidates to win football’s most coveted trophy.
The Three Lions are also in a decent shape with Gareth Southgate and his team breaking barriers and getting England into her first World Cup semifinal since 1990.
Indeed, the die is cast and an energetic display is expected to see who gets the right to join France in Sunday’s final in Moscow.
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