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Moment Jordan Pickford’s girlfriend realised her dreams were over

This is the moment Megan Davison, girlfriend of Jordan Pickford, realised England’s World Cup dream was over.  

She was photographed in various stages of despair as she watched her goalkeeper boyfriend slump to defeat against Croatia in Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium. 

Her 24-year-old boyfriend played well but could do little about his Croatia’s extra-time winner, which was scored by striker Mario Mandzukic.

Megan Davison was photographed in various stages of despair as she watched her goalkeeper boyfriend slump to defeat against Croatia in Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium

Megan Davison was photographed in various stages of despair as she watched her goalkeeper boyfriend slump to defeat against Croatia in Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium

Megan Davison was photographed in various stages of despair as she watched her goalkeeper boyfriend slump to defeat against Croatia in Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium

Her 24-year-old boyfriend played well but could do little about his opponents' extra-time winner, which was scored by striker Mario Mandzukic

Her 24-year-old boyfriend played well but could do little about his opponents' extra-time winner, which was scored by striker Mario Mandzukic

Her 24-year-old boyfriend played well but could do little about his opponents’ extra-time winner, which was scored by striker Mario Mandzukic

Megan puts her hands over her mouth after realising that England's World Cup campaign in Moscow was finished 

Megan puts her hands over her mouth after realising that England's World Cup campaign in Moscow was finished 

Megan puts her hands over her mouth after realising that England’s World Cup campaign in Moscow was finished 

And after he left the pitch and joined her in the stands, she consoled him as he hung his head in misery. 

England fans, meanwhile, were left devastated as the nation missed out on a place in the World Cup final.

The dream was crushed for supporters in Moscow and at home as Gareth Southgate’s men lost 2-1 to Croatia in the semi-final. 

Pickford is consoled by Ashley Young after the Three Lions' World Cup campaign ended in Moscow 

Pickford is consoled by Ashley Young after the Three Lions' World Cup campaign ended in Moscow 

Pickford is consoled by Ashley Young after the Three Lions’ World Cup campaign ended in Moscow 

After he left the pitch and joined her in the stands, she consoled him as he hung his head in misery

After he left the pitch and joined her in the stands, she consoled him as he hung his head in misery

After he left the pitch and joined her in the stands, she consoled him as he hung his head in misery

Pickford, who is from Sunderland and plays for Everton, had a good game but could do little to stop Croatia's two goals 

Pickford, who is from Sunderland and plays for Everton, had a good game but could do little to stop Croatia's two goals 

Pickford, who is from Sunderland and plays for Everton, had a good game but could do little to stop Croatia’s two goals 

Millions tuned into the eagerly anticipated match, with sorrowful scenes up and down the country after days of singing ‘It’s coming home’.

The Duke of Cambridge took to the official Kensington Palace Twitter account to speak of his pride in the team.

Ending the tweet with a W, he wrote: ‘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. 

England fans cried after their defeat to Croatia ended dreams of wining the country's first World Cup since 1966 as they made their first semi-final in 28 years 

England fans cried after their defeat to Croatia ended dreams of wining the country's first World Cup since 1966 as they made their first semi-final in 28 years 

England fans cried after their defeat to Croatia ended dreams of wining the country’s first World Cup since 1966 as they made their first semi-final in 28 years 

England fans look dejected after England lose to Croatia in the World Cup semi-finals in Moscow as they were defeated during their best chance to make the finals in 28 years 

England fans look dejected after England lose to Croatia in the World Cup semi-finals in Moscow as they were defeated during their best chance to make the finals in 28 years 

England fans look dejected after England lose to Croatia in the World Cup semi-finals in Moscow as they were defeated during their best chance to make the finals in 28 years 

Captain Harry Kane looks disappointed following his side's defeat to Croatia after he led them to their first semi-finals in almost 30 years 

Captain Harry Kane looks disappointed following his side's defeat to Croatia after he led them to their first semi-finals in almost 30 years 

Captain Harry Kane looks disappointed following his side’s defeat to Croatia after he led them to their first semi-finals in almost 30 years 

‘You’ve had an incredible #WorldCup, made history, and gave us fans something to believe in.

‘We know there is more to come from this @england team.’

Prime Minister Theresa May said: ‘Wasn’t to be this time but it’s been a great journey that’s made the country proud. We’ll be flying the flag on Saturday.’        

Source: MailOnline

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