Hatters boss backs Three Lions to win the World Cup

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England fans celebrate as England score their second goal, as they watch the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup quarter-final football match between Sweden and England on a big screen in London on July 7, 2018.

Three Lions climbed 32 places in the chart, which is separate from the Official Charts Company's weekly chart, after England beat Sweden in their quarter-final game on Saturday afternoon.

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"I actually watched it".

He believes the former Middlesbrough boss has been hugely impressive in role since being named in charge during November 2016.

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Online streaming service Spotify reports that Three Lions was streamed almost half a million times on England's match against Colombia, and has gone through the roof following the team's Sweden win.

Officialcharts.com said the song, performed by comedians Frank Skinner and David Baddiel and the Lightning Seeds, had shot up from 24 to number 1 at the halfway stage yesterday's chart update.

"But I think he's managed to change perception, there's not the criticism over maybe a hard game".

This follows the Duke of Cambridge's tweet last week (3 July), following England's win against Colombia, when he declared, 'I couldn't be prouder.'.

"Right! I've got till 14:00 to knacker the kids out".

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"This is a big moment and the whole country & more are behind our guys..."

"He's a wonderful man and as a manager, he's doing superbly well and abetted by good coaches around him as I know Steve Holland is very well thought of and I've seen first hand he's an excellent coach".

Gazza was of course one of the star players the last time England played in an World Cup semi-final back in 1990.

They're the real winners here. I took this as a bad omen.

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