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Marcus Rashford hails the atmosphere in England camp ahead of World Cup quarter final clash with SwedenThe Manchester United striker has played his part in helping his nation reach the last 8 of this summer’s finalsGet Manchester United FC updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailMarcus Rashford has hailed the atmosphere inside the England camp ahead of the Three Lions’ World Cup quarter final clash with Sweden.The Manchester United striker has been used sparingly in this summer’s finals, as England progressed second in their group and set up a last 16 tie with Uruguay.After overcoming the South American nation on penalties, England are preparing to take on Sweden in the last 8, and Rashford believes the positivity in the camp can see the Three Lions go through.”You can 100 per cent notice that the atmosphere in the camp is a positive one at the moment,” he said. “The vibe we have isn’t something that we had eight months or two years ago.(Image: Daily Mirror)”It wasn’t like this before, so it shows how much we’ve developed and improved within the camp which is translating on the field.”He added: “As a striker, you’re always visualising where and how you could be scoring goals against the opposition.Harry Kane reveals England are like ‘brothers’ ahead of 2018 World Cup quarter final vs Sweden”I think that’s completely natural to visualise the type of goal you might score or the type of goal that the opposition has conceded previously.”When I am analysing a team I always look at where I might score against them and the World Cup isn’t any different, it’s just on a bigger stage.”Visit Pro:Direct Soccer for the world’s largest bootroom including Marcus Rashford’s Nike Hypervenom Phantom III Boots. And Reds could face nightmare drawJurgen Klopp was given a big boost in their hopes for a comfortable group this season but could still be seeded in Pot ThreePaul PogbaPaul Pogba will NOT join Barcelona as La Liga giants rule out move for Manchester United midfielder..
It all started when seal hunters came to the island in the early 1800s, they brought rabbits with them as a source of food for the journey. And also on board the ships were rats and mice, which made their way onto the island too. They’re being blamed for destroying the homes of marine birds, causing soil erosion and ripping up vegetation, as these before and after photos show..