"Luck was against us", Cherchesov said.
"We don't know who we play yet".
According to the British Beer and Pub Association, pint sales in England are expected to come out at 18 million for Saturday alone, seven million more than normal.
"The semi-final of a World Cup is not an easy game, but it's a game we feel we are ready for. That seems to be quite evident, with what he says, how the team are celebrating with each other - we're not seeing any bad stories". "It's another massive game in the semi and one that we will have belief in". We were a bit sloppy towards the end of the second half where it was a bit too open.
Staff looked on dismayed as supporters belted out It's Coming Home while jumping on furniture in the store, believed to be the Stratford Westfield branch in London. However, captain Kane is already looking ahead to their next match.
Even if England does not win in Russian Federation or even make the final, there is still plenty more ground for this song to cover in 2018.
Dalic's team looked exhausted as they laboured against unfancied hosts Russian Federation for 120 minutes on Saturday night before they advanced via a shoot-out success for the second successive game.
We all know how it ended at Wembley Stadium in 1996 and England fans will be praying for a happier ending when they play in the semi-final on Wednesday evening.
Alli was keen to put the success of the team down to fan support at home and in Russian Federation.
"Altogether, we have had a good tournament; that is something to take back home, " he said. I don't think this was my best performance on the pitch.
"It was a real graft out there".
The quality of the opposition must of course be considered - Tunisia and especially Panama have shown little defensive resistance - but England are playing with confidence and in Kane, they have one of the world's best finishers.
'I think Roy took a lot of criticism for that, but he was fearless enough to put a lot of these young players in - and without that experience, we wouldn't have had a day like today because they've learned from that.
Then there is the improved big-game experience, with the England boss thankful to predecessor Hodgson for being bold enough to give young talent a chance at Euro 2016. "The nation has come together and hopefully this is only the beginning of the celebrations!"