BBC Sport looks back at England's mixed fortunes at World Cups from years gone by, from Bobby Moore lifting the Jules Rimet trophy in 1966 to the team's 4-1 humiliation against Germany in 2010.
Gary Lineker's hat-trick against Poland helped him win the coveted Golden Boot in 1986, but England were knocked out by Argentina, in a match during which Diego Maradona scored his infamous 'Hand of God' goal.
England reached the semi-finals in Italy in 1990, but lost on penalties to West Germany. They also exited France 98 on spot-kicks, but not before an 18-year-old Michael Owen netted a superb solo goal against Argentina.
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