Vedran Corluka Asked To Stop For English Press, Says "It's Not Coming Home" And Keeps Walking

England fans all over the country were distraught about the loss on Wednesday night and to add insult to injury, Croatian defender Vedran Corluka has provided some smug comments to the English press after full-time.

It could be said that Croatia were underestimated by England in the semi-finals, so it seems reasonable that they took the opportunity to rub in the victory when the press asked Corluka to stop and say a couple words.

Image: PA
Image: PA

According to Miguel Delaney's tweet on Wednesday night, he simply smiled and said "it's not coming home" then walked away.

This particularly hurt because of all the England chants claiming that football' was 'coming home' to where it all began.

It became the one phrase that could unite the country and Corluka actively mocked it. Not a single f*ck was given, it seems.

The popular opinion of England supporters is that the comment was 'disrespectful' and they hope France 'stuff them' in the final.

Do you think Croatia will upset the odds and beat France on Sunday afternoon?

Let us know in the comments.

Words by: Hannah Fazelynia

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