England have a pretty dismal record when it comes to the knockout rounds of major tournaments - but there is a ray of hope.
The Three Lions have played 10 matches in the elimination stages of international tournaments since their exit from the semi-finals of Italia 90.
Only three of those matches saw England make it to the next round, with only two being won in normal time while the other was won on penalties.
The first of those wins was in Euro 96 when Terry Venables’ side beat Spain in a quarter-final penalty shootout.
The next came in 2002 when Sven-Goran Eriksson’s side beat Denmark 3-0 in the last 16 of the World Cup.
The last knockout game that England won was in the last 16 of the 2006 World Cup when they beat Ecuador 1-0.
Encouragingly for England though, they have only lost two knockout matches in normal time.
The first was their defeat to Brazil in 2002 and the second their loss to Germany in 2010.
The other five losses were all on penalties, twice to Portugal (2004 and 2006) and once to Germany (1996), Argentina (1998) and Italy (2012).
England's record in knockout matches
England’s matches in the knockout stages
Euro 96 | Spain - won on penalties
Euro 96 | Germany - lost on penalties
World Cup 98 | Argentina - lost on penalties
World Cup 2002 | Denmark - won 3-0
World Cup 2002 | Brazil - lost 2-1
Euro 2004 | Portugal - lost on penalties
World Cup 2006 | Ecuador - won 1-0
World Cup 2006 | Portugal - lost on penalties
World Cup 2010 | Germany - lost 4-1
Euro 2012 | Italy - lost on penalties
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