England's penalty history: From heartbreak to joy in Moscow
Last Updated: 03/07/18 10:31pm
England finally won a World Cup penalty shootout with victory over Colombia.
Eric Dier slotted in the winning spot-kick to send England into the quarter-finals of Russia 2018, meaning England's senior side have now won two of their eight shootouts.
It's not just the seniors who have suffered either, across all age groups since 1990, the national teams have won just five out of 16 penalty shootouts.
Here's a closer look at that record...
1990 World Cup semi-final - lost 4-3 to Germany
Stuart Pearce saw his effort saved in Turin, before Chris Waddle blazed over the bar as Bobby Robson's side came within a whisker of reaching the World Cup final.
1996 Euro quarter-final - won 4-2 against Spain
Alan Shearer, David Platt, Pearce and Paul Gascoigne all converted, while Fernando Hierro hit the bar, before goalkeeper David Seaman beat clear Miguel Angel Nadal's strike
1996 Euro semi-final - lost 6-5 to Germany
More heartbreak at the hands of Germany as at the home of football, Gareth Southgate missed from the spot in sudden death.
1998 World Cup last 16 - lost 4-3 to Argentina
After a thrilling 2-2 draw in St Etienne, Carlos Roa kept out both Paul Ince and David Batty's penalties.
2004 Euro quarter-final - lost 6-5 to Portugal
Once again, England needed penalties after a four-goal thriller could not separate them from the hosts, before captain David Beckham's untimely slip and Darius Vassell's miss brought an end to their tournament.
2006 World Cup quarter-final - lost 3-1 to Portugal
Frank Lampard, Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher all failed from the spot in Gelsenkirchen as Sven Goran Eriksson's men exit the competition at the last-eight stage again.
2012 Euro quarter-final - lost 4-2 to Italy
Another European Championship quarter-final, another painful loss on spot kicks, this time to Italy as Gianluigi Buffon kept out Ashley Young and Ashley Cole's penalties in Kiev.
2018 World Cup last 16 - won 4-3 against Colombia
An injury-time leveller for Colombia sent the last-16 tie to extra-time and then penalties. Jordan Henderson saw his spot-kick superbly saved by David Ospina - and Mateus Uribe gave England an immediate let off, crashing his effort against the bar.
2007 Euro semi-final - lost 13-12 to Netherlands
Netherlands eventually prevailed by an incredible scoreline of 13-12 in the shootout as even goalkeeper Scott Carson took, and converted, a penalty in Heerenveen, only for failures from Justin Hoyte, Nigel Reo-Coker, Matt Derbyshire and Anton Ferdinand to cost Pearce's team.
2009 Euro semi-final - won 5-4 against Sweden
Despite blowing a 3-0 lead in normal time to draw 3-3 with the hosts, England still reached the final thanks to Joe Hart's heroics in the shootout, with the 'keeper also scoring from the spot.
2017 Euro semi-final - lost 4-3 to Germany
After Jordan Pickford's early stop, Tammy Abraham and Nathan Redmond both then saw efforts kept out by Germany 'keeper Julian Pollersbeck as England's dreams of reaching the final came to an end.
1993 World Cup quarter-final - won 4-3 against Mexico
After 120 minutes of goalless action in Melbourne, England progressed into the semi-finals after being successful with all of their spot kicks, including the decisive fourth from Chris Bart-Williams, while David Watson crucially kept out Juan Solis' effort.
2003 Euro semi-final - lost 3-2 to Portugal
Failures from the spot from Nathan Doyle, Luke Moore and Grant Leadbitter saw England just miss out on a place in the final following a 2-2 draw in Viseu.
2004 Euro third-place playoff - lost 3-2 to Portugal
It was déjà vu all over again as England again lost to Portugal 3-2 on penalties after an eight-goal thriller in Chateauroux, with defender David Wheater the man to miss the crucial spot-kick on this occasion.
2014 Euro final - won 4-1 against Netherlands
England's youngsters won the tournament for a second time after an emphatic shootout win at the Ta' Qali National Stadium in Malta, with Newcastle 'keeper Freddie Woodman the hero on this occasion.
2017 Euro final, lost 4-1 to Spain
Agony for Steve Cooper's men who first conceded an equaliser six minutes into stoppage time, before then comprehensively losing the shootout.
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