In light of the heartbreak, Prince William took to Twitter to commend the England team, writing: "I know how disappointed England must feel right now but I couldn't be more proud of this team and you should hold your heads high".
"They don't want to get involved in keeping the ball and dominating possession".
"When they come up against a decent team, I think it's inevitable that they were going to struggle tonight", he added.
England led after a superb Kieran Trippier free kick five minutes in but they were made pay for their failure to convert further chances by Ivan Perisic's second-half strike and Mario Mandzukic's extra-time victor.
Generating enormous support from fans at home, England's tournament restored some much-needed faith in the football team's ability to generate positivity, and good-feeling. They played, along with Saudi Arabia, probably the second worst team in the tournament, Tunisia. "Then they play Colombia and in the second half, Colombia were much better than them".
"They get through on penalties".
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"England of course have a reason to cry but they also have a reason to be optimistic", the Portuguese told Russia Today. Both played a similar sort of game; long ball and feed off the bits.
Oddschecker estimated that the industry could lose £100m if football really did come home.
Former Germany worldwide Steffan Freund disagreed with Souness's comments, but the Liverpool legend soon turned his attention to England captain Harry Kane.
While supporters have been discussing the rare Harry Kane off night and the mistakes from the defence in conceding the pair of Croatia goals, Souness believes that the centre of the park was the issue.
"Prior to tonight, he had five shots on target in all the games".
"He's not getting any supply".