Whether they were ravaging an IKEA store or filling the streets of Clapham, in south London, in one case crashing through a glass bus shelter, you can hear it in the background: "it's coming home, it's coming, football's coming home".
"Of course the tournament ended in disappointment and it is nice to be able to put a different frame on it now".
"I would just walk out of the room, it is an anthem and has followed the team for a long time but involved some hard moments as well".
"I don't stick it on, it's not on the playlist, but I can listen to it now".
Despite Kane transferring his form from the Premier League into the World Cup, with six goals to his name in Russia, Croatia's centre-back believes that he has the ability to win their latest tussle. "That is wonderful, but I think it's time we knock it off the number one spot with Three Lions".
England manager Gareth Southgate.
"They have come through so many different obstacles, improved and got even tighter. We were a group of guys having a lot of fun, enjoying our football, learning and improving all the time - and that's what these lads have done". "For everyone out here following us and everyone back home it is special".
"It was not the outcome we wanted and as painful as it is right now, I'm sure we will learn an terrible lot from last night's game".
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".