"But of course you get an accumulation of fatigue, through a tournament that's why we took the decision we did against Belgium more than anything".
Videos posted to social media saw huge crowds fill the streets in cities across the country after the team made it through to the World Cup semi-finals.
A spokesperson from Walkabout said: "We've been delighted by how many England fans have adopted Walkabout as their home for the football".
"Gareth Southgate has re-energised English football, as anyone who's been to a Walkabout to watch a match will tell you!
I sometimes think they think they don't know if that's the case but now they get a feel of the impact of what they're doing".
Nearly 20 million viewers watched England's 2-0 World Cup win over Sweden on Saturday, with a record 3.8 million streaming it live online.
"We looked composed", England captain Harry Kane said.
The victor of the tie will go on to face France or Belgium at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on Sunday afternoon.
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With the national team now in the semi-finals of the tournament, stars and fans have been paying tribute to Southgate, with Marr sporting a waistcoat to host The Andrew Marr Show on Sunday.
Now it is about striking a balance between cherishing the moment and keeping even-tempered as England prepare for their first World Cup semi-final since 1990.
"They've been through a lot". Federation Internationale de Football Association said it was investigating.In the other semi-final, in Saint Petersburg on Tuesday, Belgium, who conquered Neymar's Brazil in the quarter-finals, take on France, who saw off Uruguay.
Subasic, who plays for Monaco in the French league, has been Croatia's hero in successive penalty-shootout wins in the knockout stage, saving four spot kicks in total.
"So we'll just have to assess people as we go".
The BBC said in a statement: "England's World Cup quarter-final victory over Sweden attracted a huge 89 per cent of available audience to BBC One, with a peak of 19.9 m".
Even at Wimbledon, the home of lawn tennis, updates of England's goals were spread by fans watching or listening to the match on their cell phones.