Prince William urges England to hold heads high

2018-07-12 08:55
Prince William (Getty Images)
Prince William (Getty Images)

Cape Town - Prince William has called on the England football team to hold their heads high following their Soccer World Cup semi-final defeat to Croatia on Wednesday.

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The Prince, who is the president of the Football Association, took to Twitter following Croatia's 2-1 extra-time victory at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, expressing how 'proud' he was on the team, and encouraging them to 'hold their heads high'.

Writing on the Kensington Palace to their near 1.6 million followers, Prince William ended by saying England 'gave the fans something to believe in' and that 'there's more to come from this team'.

England will play Belgium in the third/fourth playoff match on Saturday, July 14 at 17:00 SA time.

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