Rashford's role in World Cup history
Marcus Rashford helped England to make history on Tuesday night as the national team won a World Cup penalty shootout for the very first time.
The Manchester United striker only played for the last seven minutes of extra-time but he smashed in the second of his side's spot-kicks as Colombia were beaten 4-3, following a tense 1-1 draw over 120 minutes.
The South Americans had snatched an equaliser in injury-time at the end of normal time, as giant defender Yerry Mina's header cancelled out Harry Kane's 57th-minute penalty.
When it came to the shootout, Colombia seemed to be in control of the concluding last-16 tie when they converted three attempts, including the first one by former United forward Radamel Falcao, and thwarted England's third with a brilliant save by Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina to deny Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson.
However, Mateus Uribe then hit the underside of the bar, Kieran Trippier levelled the score at 3-3 and England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford pulled off a superb stop to keep out Carlos Bacca's on-target penalty.
That sequence of events teed up Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Eric Dier to score the decisive spot-kick and send the ecstatic England squad into Saturday afternoon's quarter-final at Samara Arena, where Sweden lie in wait.
The Swedes beat Switzerland 1-0 earlier in the day, with United's Victor Lindelof on duty throughout the 90 minutes at Saint Petersburg Stadium.
Last summer's signing from Benfica can now look forward to facing Rashford and his other club colleagues Jesse Lingard and Ashley Young - who both started against Colombia - plus Phil Jones, an unused substitute.