England will face Croatia in Moscow on Wednesday and here's how the world and at home reacted to the result...
Southgate was in the last England side to reach a semifinal, at the 1996 European Championships, when the team anthem was Three Lions.
Even then Henderson threw himself to block the follow-up and, finally, Pickford tipped over a powerful rising shot on the turn from Berg to gain his first clean sheet and the first for England in a World Cup quarter-final.
England controlled the game for long periods against Sweden, but needed three excellent second-half saves from Jordan Pickford to secure a 2-0 win after goals from Harry Maguire and Dele Alli. A jittery first half followed, with England coming close several times.
"We had to withstand a lot of physical pressure", said England coach Gareth Southgate. "We looked like we controlled the game".
"That's so important for us on Saturday because I always think Sweden like to point out we're paid this and that, and we're the team of entitlement, when I don't think that is the case for this group".
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In saying that England are still not creating enough clear-cut chances and know this ultimately catch them out against the best teams, of which Croatia are one.
"I believe that they will be perfectly able to go all the way". At 22, Alli became the second-youngest scorer for England at a World Cup behind Michael Owen.
The winning goal from Maguire of Leicester City arrived just on 30 minutes, and it was another textbook set piece for England. "And also that little ball that Jesse sent in for Dele, that was great".
Sunday's papers are awash with reaction to events in Samara, here is what they made of the latest triumph from Gareth Southgate's team.
"But that's something we'll work on and take to the next game".
Raheem Sterling has faced some criticism over his struggles to score for England and just before halftime his doubters were handed ammunition when he was twice left alone to bear down on Sweden keeper Robin Olsen.