They lost to Croatia 4-3 on penalties after extra-time ended with the sides deadlocked at 2-2 in the Black Sea resort of Sochi on Saturday.
Despite their last two matches going the distance, Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic insists his team will have plenty in the tank for the battle with England.
It is only the second time that Croatia have reached the World Cup semi-finals since becoming an independent nation.
Croatia advanced to their first World Cup semi-final since 1998, against England in Moscow on Wednesday. In the semi-final, with the help of some timely rain, he came from two sets to one down to beat Briton Tim Henman.
They had also needed spot kicks to get past a dogged Denmark in the last 16, but Modric insisted they would not be exhausted for the last-four clash against England.
"We have to be united, go forward and apply pressure".
"We watched the game today and saw how good they are from dead-ball situations. Now is the time and hopefully we can achieve a similar result", Perisic said. "That in future we talk about them", said Blazevic, now 83, and known in Croatia as the "coach of all coaches".
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"That was a great success for Croatia as a nation, and we are on the right track to repeat that feat".
After once again starring as Real won a fourth Champions League crown in five seasons by beating Liverpool in Kiev in May, Modric will be nearly assured of winning the Ballon d'Or if he can lead Croatia all the way to improbable World Cup glory.
"We took the hard route, we were unlucky in previous major tournaments, particularly at Euros, but now we are collecting those debts at the World Cup this year. Until last night, when all the pain was removed and when we finally experienced a revival of 1998", the Sportski Novosti newspaper said after that match. "The team gave everything it had to the cause and we can sleep soundly tonight".
The World Cup tends to about strikers: Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar, Lukaku and Harry Kane, but the quarter-finals have been as much about goalkeepers as attackers. And quite rightly, this group were considered a dark horse to get their hands on the trophy after years of promise and close calls.
Qatar in comparison will be "a city World Cup" and the World Cup is "going to be present everywhere".
"With what we've achieved now, we can't take a step back", Cheryshev said.
Both sides played out a 2-2 draw after 120 minutes before heading into the spot kicks where the Croats at the end of the game. Of course I have an important role on a daily basis, but the credit goes to my players.