Twitter hails Kane as England knockout Colombia on penalties
Here are the reactions as England beat Columbia 4-3 penalties at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Columbia finished top of their group to set up a meeting with England who finished second in their group.
The game finished 1-0 in favour of England who beat Columbia through a penalty converted by Harry Kane after he was brought down by Carlos Sanchez.
Carlos Sanchez gives Harry Kane penalty
Carlos Sanchez was the villian as he brought down Harry Kane in the box under no pressure from a corner kick which resulted to a penalty.
Twitter users were not impressed with the performance of the former Aston Villa man in the game and leading to the goal.
Here are reactions to his performance in the game against England, "Carlos Sanchez is a massive liability for Colombia."
" is just a black idiot. almost cost them coming out the group with that red card in the first game and now this"
"Colombia have been doing this nonsense since. Penalty well deserved. For all his experience, Carlos Sanchez has damaged Colombia seriously in this competition."
"Carlos Sanchez is getting shot by the drug cartels when he gets back to Bogota"
Harry Kane scores sixth World Cup goal
Harry Kane scored from the penalty spot with his sixth goal of the tournament.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker was hailed on Twitter for his goal which gave England the lead.
Reactions to his penalty conversion and goals on Twitter,"Harry Kane might be the best penalty taker I've ever seen, jesus christ."
"Harry Kane has scored more World Cup Knockout Goals (1) than Lionel Messi + Cristiano Ronaldo combined (0)."
"Kane shows why he is Captain while Henderson shows why he isn’t! Dier should start for England against Sweden."
"Passion. Leadership. Bloody love Harry Kane. Give the man a knighthood. "
England beat Colombia on penalties at World Cup
After Yerry Mina equalised to take Columbia to extra time, there were no goals in extra time as both team proceeded to penalty shootouts.
England won 4-3 to eliminate Columbia after Jordan Pickford saved from Carlos Bacca before Eric Dier slot past Ospina.
Here are the reactions to England's first penalty shootout victory at the World Cup.
England will now take on Sweden in their quarter final clash on Saturday, July 7