England On Wednesday night, fans who watched the tightening Euro 2020 match against Denmark experienced a series of emotions.
When the captain of Denmark, they got promoted Simon Kjaer Lost an own goal during the intermission, letting the two teams evenly split.
Fans in Trafalgar Square were ecstatic and began to chant “Come on England” and “It’s home”.
A fan, Carl Affinwayo, 23 years old, from Croydon South London, told PA News Agency: “Oh, my word, this is crazy, we need-we need balance.
“GBP His game is also great, he should be called a jazz. “
Charlotte Paddock, 29, a contingency planner watching the game at BOXPARK in Croydon, said: “This is great, Sterling will perform a hat trick.
“When the first goal came in, I felt very frustrated. We have been defending but it is good and we will win the game.”
Ms. Paddock added that she originally came to London to go to the theatre, but then gave up the plan to watch football.
Ryan Demeza, a 22-year-old retail manager from Hastings who was also watching the game in Croydon, said: “I am absolutely buzzing.
“The whole place has erupted. We have always felt rubbish, but we will definitely win it now.”
Emily Chetty, a 30-year-old social worker from Lewisham, said: “We were a little nervous when it happened, but we got it back, and now we are really happy.
“We need (Aston Villa striker) Jack Gregory, let him play and we will definitely win the game.”
The atmosphere of Waxy’s Little Sister in Leicester Square was full of electricity. England fans cheered, screamed and applauded when the score was equalized, and England’s hopes were rekindled.
Sam Yevko, 23, from Salisbury, said: “We have never lost confidence and we felt absolutely ecstatic after scoring a goal.
“The captain (Simon Kjaer of Denmark)’s own goal is all we need to turn the situation around and get the second half to begin.”
Just 10 minutes ago, the hopes of England fans were dashed.
29-year-old Ricky Thompson, a window assembler in Milton Keynes, said while watching the game at BOXPARK in Croydon that he took the lead with a beautiful free kick in DeMark Later, he felt “internal organs”.
“(England goalkeeper Jordan) Pickford should save this,” he said.
“And the referee should not kick a free kick in the first place.
“I’m sad, really sad, but still full of confidence. Come on England.”
British professional football player Adebayor Akinfenwa Said that he was not worried about the “old taboo” of penalty shoot-outs.
“I have confidence in the semifinals, but I don’t want to overthink,” the Wycombe Rangers forward told PA News Agency at BOXPARK in Croydon.
When asked about his concerns about punishment, he said: “This is a new generation, and I don’t think they have old taboos on their shoulders.
“I think they are very young, they are fearless, they will see this job.
“We are winning the game.”