England After the team’s two Harry hat tricks brought the Three Lions closer to the glory of the 2020 European Cup, the fans were pushed into a state of ecstasy.
this is Jordan Henderson When the country began to look forward to a tie with Denmark in the semifinals, he raised the score to 4-0.
Fans Those who dared to dream that Gareth Southgate’s team would continue on the path to glory received a boost when Kane hit the net a few minutes after the start of the game.
The jubilant fans of Trafalgar Square in London jumped up, screamed happily, threw their beer glasses into the air, hugged each other to celebrate.
The game was still 1-0 to England’s advantage at halftime, and the fans hope that this country is just an inspiring talk of an exciting manager, with 45 minutes away from victory.
Soon after, the fans had reason to cheer due to Maguire’s successful header, and then Kane’s second goal rewritten the score to 3-0.
Within minutes, Henderson took home his first international goal, rewriting the score to 4-0.
The Duke of Cambridge is one of the people who expressed excitement about what is about to happen. He posted on Twitter: “Tonight @England’s another top team performance and zero goals. #三狮. Playing well against Ukraine. Can’t wait for Wednesday’s semi-finals!”
The signature of this tweet is the letter “W”.
England need to win at the Olympic Stadium to reach the semi-finals, but fans and experts have always been confident.
As Italy is still on the British Amber list, fans are urged not to travel, but regardless of the pandemic restrictions, the support rate for Gareth Southgate’s men is still high.
The picture shows English fans posing in front of the Colosseum before the game, and some people living outside the UK managed to get tickets.
In London, people gather in the fan area of Trafalgar Square, and they hope this night is memorable for all the right reasons.
Fans sang “Hey Baby” by DJ Otzi. After England scored the fourth goal, dozens of men took off their shirts and twirled their heads.
A supporter, Marc Ghossein, told PA: “It’s an amazing feeling. We have been waiting for 25 years. We are about to enter the semi-finals and it is going home. England will win this year.
His friend Ellie Manner added: “England will definitely win this year’s European Cup. They have been stable and they deserve it.”
A woman whose boyfriend celebrated the victory with the crowd told PA: “He has taken off his shirt now, and there is nothing I can do.”
Supporters in Leicester Square chanted “home” as they chanted.
Trevor Harris, a 40-year-old from Watford, told PA: “It’s going home. You can hear everyone singing it. England is England, and now it’s time for us to actually start the game.”
The 19-year-old Kaila Starr added: “I thought we would lose, but now I actually think we will make it to the final.”
This victory witnessed the men’s team reaching the semi-finals of the European Championship for the first time in 25 years.
The English Lioness reached the European Cup semi-finals in 2017, but were eliminated after being defeated 3-0 by the Netherlands.
At the same time, Southgate’s team reached the World Cup semi-finals in 2018.
England will face Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday night.