Lewis Dunk put his shirt on England for the World Cup - and ripped it off in celebration as they took a semi-final lead.

But it ended in tears for Dunk's former Albion team-mate Jesse Lingard and the rest of Gareth Southgate's young side in Russia tonight.

Croatia fought back to win 2-1 after-extra-time in Moscow and reach Sunday's final against France.

Dunk's delight was captured by team-mate Beram Kayal as Chris Hughton's squad watched the dramatic clash with Croatia in an Austrian restaurant during their pre-season training camp in Schruns.

Israeli international Kayal was filming as Kieran Trippier's free-kick gave England an early lead in Moscow.

Dunk, wearing an England shirt, jumped for joy.

Kayal also captured other players and members of staff, including a grinning Glenn Murray punching the air.

By the time Dunk was back in shot, the shirt was off.

Dunk and Murray were both outside candidates to be selected for Gareth Southgate's squad after starring for Albion as they survived in the Premier League.

They missed out but Lingard, now starring for Manchester United and his country following a loan spell with the Seagulls in the Championship four years ago, looked on course for the final.

Lingard and captain Harry Kane missed chances to stretch England's lead in a dominant first half display.

Ivan Perisic pulled Croatia level midway through the second half and Mario Mandzukic broke England hearts in the second period of extra-time.

They now face Belgium in a play-off for third place on Saturday afternoon, when Albion play their first pre-season friendly against St Gallen in Switzerland.