Croatia's Sime Vrsaljko. He will miss tonight's match.
The Croatians went into Russian Federation as the 20th-ranked team in the world, but in particular their midfield talents of Real Madrid's Luka Modric and Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic meant they were fancied by many as dark horses for a decent run. But Croatia came alive in the second half, first scoring on a header in the 68th minute by Ivan Perisic to level the match and take the game to extra time.
Just the small matter of a game in which Croatia stand between Southgate and his ambition of matching Sir Alf Ramsey's feat of taking England to the World Cup final.
Robert Prosinecki, a member of the 1998 squad, said: "I would so much like that they be better than us".
"I'm hugely proud of what we've done".
After watching England beat Colombia and Sweden in the knock-out rounds, the nation has been swept up in a newfound football mania.
The sound of screaming, chanting and swearing fans filled Winston's English Pub during the World Cup semi-final between England and Croatia. Everyone has been out on the streets celebrating what we've achieved and that is a great source of pride for us.
England came to a standstill as the 7pm kick-off approached, with roads deserted and shopping centres abandoned as fans dashed home to catch the historic game.
Asked how many might be ticketless, he said: "It's hard to judge, we know from the ticket sales we can probably reasonably expect through official channels about half that number to get tickets".
David Baddiel said England had given the country "a lovely World Cup run" after they were knocked out of the tournament. He said: "I'm gutted".
Croatia fans in Zagreb react to key match moments in the World Cup semifinal win over England.
"We are concentrating on what's going on now".
As the Croatian side celebrated the monumental goal, they moved towards an area of the sideline that did not have a barrier between the field and the photographers covering the game.