Match stats are as follows
The percentage of possession of the ball: England 57% x France 43%
Total shots on goal: England 8 x France 5
Yellow card: England 1 x France 3
Corner kicks: England 5 x France 2
Dangerous chances: England 3 x France 2
Harry Kane scored his 53rd goal for England, equaling Wayne Rooney as England’s top scorer.
Harry Kane captains England tonight for the 11th time in the World Cup, a new record for the men’s team.
Hugo Lloris won his 143rd international match, which is a record in the history of the roosters as captain of the national team.
Jude Bellingham is the youngest player to start a World Cup quarter-final match for England (19 years and 164 days), and the youngest was Wayne Rooney against Portugal in 2006 (20 years and 250 days).
England have never won a World Cup match losing at half-time, while France have won 24 of their 25 World Cup matches when leading at half-time.
No player has scored more penalty kicks in World Cup history than Harry Kane, who tonight scored his fourth penalty goal in the competition.
This is the seventh time that England has been eliminated from the World Cup quarter-finals, more than any other team in the history of the competition.
France is the first champion to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup since Brazil 1998.