"Everyone gets anxious when a game goes to penalties, and with the record England have in competitions, it's huge in England that they've managed to win the shootout here.it's great for confidence because of England's history", he said.
However, despite those positive numbers, England only mustered two efforts on target compared to Colombia's four.
How different this World Cup could be for England if Sam Allardyce had never been hit by the newspaper sting that saw him lose his job.
Kitt said he felt guilty about celebrating in front of his wife, but the couple say they are now looking forward to supporting England on Saturday. Or will the game become a war of attrition between two northern European teams who are accustomed to winning with a combination of physical strength and a strong focus on set-pieces? Kane's Tottenham Hostpur teammate, Dele Alli, has previously streamed his games on Twitch and both of them have played with Fortnite sensation Tyler "Ninja" Blevins in the past.
The former Arsenal boss is working as a pundit for the tournament for beIN Sports, and thinks that the populations of the nations still left in Russian Federation will be crucial in deciding whether or not they can lift the trophy.
And for England, three words sum up their entire experience at the World Cup.
Brazil's defensive record under coach Tite has been remarkable, with only six goals conceded in 25 matches, and they have been just as miserly in Russian Federation.
Colombia were also missing injured talisman James Rodriguez through injury.
"Sweden don't have a Kane, Sterling or a Neymar".
England's lack of creativity further back is a problem too.
"England have the players individually to do something special".
A Downing Street source said Mrs May watched some of the match but added: "She actually said earlier she struggles to watch penalties because it's a nerve-wracking time".
"I just hope Gareth allows them to do that in this game against Colombia and doesn't maybe think it's a knockout game you need to hold back a bit".
WHY SWEDEN WINS: This Swedish team takes pride in its defending.