That’s annoying, we were hoping he’d sit this one out.
England start brightly with Jordan Henderson slipping Jesse Lingard and Raheem Sterling in behind Colombia’s high-line.
After 25 breathless minutes, Kieran Trippier gets to the byline and maintains his composure to pull the ball back to Dele Alli at the edge of the box.
A swoosh of his boot later and it’s 1-0 England!
However, James Rodriguez and Juan Quintero get to work in the second half with the former playing through obvious discomfort to heap pressure on England’s defence.
With ten minutes left, the 2014 Golden Boot winner clips an inviting cross to the back post and Radamel Falcao makes no mistake from just five yards out.
Fatigue sets in during extra time with Ashley Young taking a couple of seconds to vomit by the touchline before taking a throw-in.
Young, Kane, Henderson and Alli answer Colombia’s first four penalties with successful spot-kicks of their own.
After Jordan Pickford gets a strong hand on Carlos Bacca’s tame effort, the Three Lions have the chance to win a World Cup shootout…