One supporter said: "I was so nervous @megan_davison_ how awesome was he though!"
Commenting on the win over Colombia in the shootout penalty series instead of a victory in regular time, Trippier said "If you have got opportunities at this level, you need to take them".
The 31-year-old will experience a rivalry most England fans won't encounter during the match, as he lives with his Colombian girlfriend Angelica Pinzon in the country's capital Bogota.
England will play Sweden at 2am Sunday in their quarter-final match.
Skipper Harry Kane, Kieran Trippier, Marcus Rashford and Eric Dier successfully converted from the spot to book a place in the next round, continuing England's thrilling Russian adventure.
Durant staying in the bay
Rich Kleiman, Durant's business manager, sounded unequivocal when he reiterated Durant's free agency plans after the Finals. That gives Durant a chance to get a new deal with the Warriors, and there's little doubt that Durant is leaving Oakland.
"England win on penalties - yes really" - Sun Sport call it 'The headline we have waited a lifetime to write'.
The vandalism prompted a storm of criticism of English fans on Russian social networks, with users calling them poor guests at Russia's World Cup.
"Where we are slightly in danger of tripping ourselves up is looking too far ahead, and thinking they are going to be a pushover", added Daily Mirror chief football writer John Cross.
"I was so excited about the Euros, being on Twitter all the time or being on news apps so you want to see what everyone is talking about".
"I did a lot of research on them, I've got power and agility", Pickford told ITV.
England is now set to play in the quarterfinals of the world championship against Sweden in the city of Samara on July 7. I don't care if I'm not the biggest goalkeeper, I've got the power and agility to get around the goal and I've got to make the save and be in the moment and I was.
"This will give us more belief than ever, and the fans more belief than ever back home".