Two decades after its first release, the song has knocked Clean Bandit's Solo featuring Demi Lovato off the top spot, as fans across the country continue to spread the message "it's coming home". It's only right that Three Lions is number one on the chart.
The Croats were to suffer a similar late reverse when eventual champions Portugal defeated them in extra-time of the Euro 2016 Last 16 clash.
Here are my predictions for how the rest of the World Cup will play out.
And the presence of French World Cup victor Thierry Henry on the Belgian coaching staff as one of Martinez's assistants adds extra spice to the occasion.
Teddy Allen of Staffordshire had a large picture of Kane and "World Cup Winners 2018" tattooed on his left thigh after England beat Sweden.
Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic has identified Raheem Sterling as England's danger man in the World Cup semi-final on Wednesday.
With Modric and Rakitic controlling the midfield, Croatia have had more possession than their opposition in four of five games at the World Cup. If France hopes to win, it will need the teenage star to step up to the massive challenge ahead of him.
Other fans adopted a waiting game, including Keith Sutton, who arrived in Moscow without a ticket for the semi-final. For while Croatia looked excellent in the group stages they've needed penalties to get past Denmark and then hosts Russian Federation in the knockout rounds.
"I've got a amusing feeling that the momentum is so good, and, you know, especially now that we're all going to turn up with special Gareth waistcoats, and that can only help can't it", said fan Lee Walkup, 50.
Just four teams remain, all of them from Europe: Belgium, France, Croatia, and England. We have two matches to play and we are very motivated. Most respondents, precisely 21 percent, said they favor France, while England came in second place with 18 percent.
It's been over 600 days since Gareth Southgate took charge of his first England game.
Coach Roberto Martinez (C) celebrates Belgium's opening goal against Brazil in the quarterfinals.
The Red Devils are also the tournament's top scorers with 14 goals so it is somewhat surprising to see Belgium chalked up at bigger than 2/1 for the win (they are 11/10 to qualify for the final).