Colombia have been knocked out of the World Cup at the round of 16 stage after losing on penalties to England.

Penalty misses from two substitutes, Mateus Uribe and Carlos Bacca, gave Eric Dier a chance to send England to the quarterfinals on Saturday against Sweden, a chance which he took.

The opening goal came from the spot, where Harry Kane has already scored twice from in the group. The striker didn’t make any mistake placing the ball down the middle of David Ospina’s net. Kane now has six goals in the tournament making him on course for the golden boot.

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Mina was able to give Colombia a life-line by scoring his third successive header in the second minute of added time. He now is tied with Germany’s Paul Bretiner for the most goals scored by a defender at a World Cup.

An onslaught of Colombian pressure followed in the first half of extra time. England managed to regain their hold on Colombia and the game inevitably went to penalties.

Wilmar Barrios was at the centre of controversy when it appeared he deliberately headbutted Jordan Henderson five minutes before the break. The Colombian midfielder only received a yellow card for his actions.

Colombia didn’t manage to create any significant chances in the first half. Their only sight of goal was an optimistic effort from Juan Quintero, which was dealt with comfortably by Jordan Pickford.

Juan Cuadrado had the chance to send Colombia to extra time five minutes before Yerry Mina’s equaliser. His clear-cut effort was blazed over.

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The South American’s grew into frustrated figures throughout the second half receiving five yellow cards during the game. Three of which were during the controversy over the penalty decision.

Here’s how we rated the Colombian players: