1.       Breaking penalties jinx

England aren't exactly known for their success in penalty shootouts at a World Cup. That's why beating Colombia in the last 16 knockout match was amazing. It was the first time England have ever won a shootout at a World Cup. Before that they were famously exited from many editions on penalty shootouts despite matching fire-by-fire with their opponents.

2.       Lingard goal v Panama

With a final score of England 6-1 Panama, there's plenty of great goals to choose from in this match. But Jesse Lingard's amazing strike gets our pick as the best moment. From more than 20 yards away, Lingard curled the ball into the corner of the net. It's easily the best goal in England's biggest ever win at a World Cup.

3.       Kane winner v Tunisia

It probably seems like a while ago now, but remember the first match England played against Tunisia? The score was 1-1 at injury time when captain Harry Kane scored a dramatic goal in the 91st minute. Not only was it his second of the match but it gave England the vital three points they needed to get off to a good start.

4. Maguire goal v Sweden

Harry Maguire's goal in the first half against Sweden sent England on their way to the semi-finals. The Leicester player picked up Ashley Young's corner and headed it firmly into the net. Not only did it give England the control they needed in the match but it signalled that Harry Maguire had truly arrived at the World Cup.

 5.       Pickford penalty save

Jordan Pickford has been amazing in this World Cup. He's saved England plenty of times but the major pick is his epic penalty save from Carlos Bacca in the shootout win over Colombia. In the moment that every England fan dreads, Pickford picked the right spot and saved the penalty. Eric Dier then scored the next penalty and England won the shootout 4-3.