"We just had to do it", said Hoodgraff member Artyom Burzh, who started the painting after watching Russian Federation beat Egypt in its second game of the tournament.
Sergei Ignashevich, who said on Saturday he was finishing his sports career, thanked the fans, saying, "My biggest thanks to you all and each one of you personally". "We like to play against teams like this because we have really fast players and it will be a really open game, not like today or the game against Denmark".
"In four years' time in Qatar we will be better", Cherchesov added, referring to the next World Cup tournament.
Joe predicted a 2-0 England win and said he believed the celebrations would be on a larger scale than in 1966 if England go on to win the trophy.
"As a venue we can only take responsibility for so much, and thought a reminder to our customers that they should always enjoy themselves responsibly is important".
Belgian premier Charles Michel teased President Emmanuel Macron that France's win against Belgium in the World Cup semi-final had been "very lucky". "They have just displayed the qualities they have, that is all". The 2008 Uefa Champions League final was an all-English affair between Manchester United and Chelsea, which Sir Alex Ferguson's Red Devils won 6-5 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in 120 minutes.
Key to England's run to the last-four stage has been their set-piece efficiency.
The ongoing Fifa World Cup has delivered classic after classic. "We know we have some unbelievable players and a great manager and everyone is clear on what we do".
I have become somewhat adapt at working out the probability as to the way that each FIIFA World Cup match could end, however it is simple mathematics so I haven't suddenly acquired some type of magical skill at predicting the outcome of each match played!
Sandy Castle, general manager at the pub told the Recorder: "We made a decision to publish the letter to reach out to our customers, to remind them how much we enjoy hosting events like this and providing a safe environment for everyone".
"For England to beat Croatia and reach the World Cup final, they must stop the best midfielder in the world", Jenas told BBC Sport. "I don't want to jinx it as we're not there, but I'd love it to happen".
Now a new generation of players will be out to create their own footballing history when France meet Belgium and Croatia play England for a place in the July 15 final in Moscow.