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England looked to grab a small 1-0 win after Harry Kane gave the Three Lions the lead from the penalty spot, but a dramatic late goal from Mina gave the Colombians renewed faith to reach the quarter finals.
"In my head, I'm going back to Barca", he told Mundo Deportivo.
"Now is not the moment to talk about my future, but the World Cup has helped me rediscover myself and reaffirm myself as a footballer".
Mina, 23, signed for Barcelona in January this year, following an impressive spell at Brazilian side Palemiras.
New Everton boss Marco Silva is already beginning to plan how he will turn the Toffees into European hopefuls in the Premier League and, according to Goal, he believes that Barcelona and Colombia central defender Yerry Mina could be the answer. "God has given me talent, I have to work myself into the ground every time I play, and enjoy it". But with the Catalans closing in on the £35 signing of Sevilla centre back Clement Lenglet, Mina could be pushed further down the pecking order at the Nou Camp.
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