Sport What will happen if England win the World Cup?

14:50  04 july  2018
14:50  04 july  2018 Source:   readsport.co

WATCH: Roy Keane puts Gary Neville and Ian Wright in their place as World Cup euphoria grips England

  WATCH: Roy Keane puts Gary Neville and Ian Wright in their place as World Cup euphoria grips England WATCH: Roy Keane puts Gary Neville and Ian Wright in their place as World Cup euphoria grips EnglandHarry Kane's hat-trick paved the way for England's biggest win in World Cup history, with a nation that is famous for allowing their excitement to overwhelm them every four years shedding their pre-tournament pessimism by replacing it with a new belief that their team will be world champions by mid-July.

BBC Sport imagines what would happen if England actually went all the way and won the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Watch England v Tunisia, Monday 18 June at

We’ve imagined what would happen if Harry Kane went up to lift the famous trophy later this month and football finally came home.

Colombia v England: Round of 16 - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia © Ryan Pierse/Getty Images Sport Colombia v England: Round of 16 - 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

After their victory on penalties over Colombia, and with just Sweden and one of Croatia or Russia standing in their way of the final, there is genuine hope and belief that England could win the World Cup.

With people starting to dream about the country’s first major championship win since 1966, we’ve taken a look at what the aftermath of a victory would look like.

So, here’s what we think will happen if England win the 2018 World Cup.

'He gets caught out ball watching' - Roy Keane picks out moment that ended England's World Cup dream .
Roy Keane believes Croatia were worthy winners as England's World Cup dream died in agonising fashion in Moscow. England's hopes of claiming a place in Sunday's final against France faded as a second half goal from Ivan Perisic and an extra time winner from Mario Mandzukic left Gareth Southgate's players shattered, with Keane suggesting the English agony should be laced with pride."It was just a step too far for them," declared Keane. "The next step for England is the biggest step and the hardest step by far, to get to the World Cup final.

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