Thousands were not lucky enough to get tickets to the game bar Pass through the capital and squeeze in front of the TV to watch the unfolding of historic victories.
This game triggered painful memories of the 1970 World Cup defeat, the loss of 90 Italy in 2010, and the heartbreak of losing to the Germans in a penalty shoot-out at the European Championship in 1996.
The fans were nervous after the unstable start in England, but soon found their own voice. With the goals from Raheem Sterling and the talisman Harry Kane, the victory was somewhat eliminated. The haze of past games.
The noise from 40,000 fans in the National Stadium is very loud, and the Three Lions roared for victory in the quarter-finals against Ukraine in Rome this Saturday. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were photographed beaming after participating in the game, and wrote on Twitter “@England’s performance is incredible!” in recognition of the team’s performance.
Many celebrities including Piers Morgan and David Baddiel also participated in social media, and they sang the English national anthem “Three Lions” with Frank Skinner .
Thousands of fans celebrated in central London and outside Wembley, chanting “Football is home” all over the capital.
At the same time, hundreds of fans gathered together and danced together in Trafalgar Square to celebrate England’s victory.
They sang football hymns repeatedly, and someone saw other people taking pictures to commemorate this moment.
Charlotte Morris, 25, who works in a middle school, said: “I feel great. This is the best day of my life. It can only be compared with the World Cup.”
Speaking of how she will celebrate, she said: “We will go to Witherspoon to celebrate and we will be ready for the quarter-finals.”
Jake Meredith, a 26-year-old quantity surveyor, said: “It’s incredible, I’m overjoyed. I’m going to the bar to celebrate with a pint of Guinness.”
When asked what he would say to the German fans, he said: “Unfortunately, I will try again in four years. But honestly, now is the time.”
Matt Champion, a 32-year-old IT worker from Bristol, told PA that today is his birthday, and he is the best place to celebrate this day.
Speaking of England’s second goal, he said: “This is incredible. I never foresee it. I bought a cigar and looked forward to winning from Cuba. I am very happy to smoke it. I am very happy. , Very happy. This is the best birthday party I have ever organized.”
They wore England jerseys from different eras and proudly hung the English flag on their shoulders.
Social media is flooded with joyous messages celebrating the historic 2-0 victory over Germany-considered a bogey team in international football for decades.
Fans also went crazy at BOXPARK in Croydon, south London, and there was noisy celebrations.
Sam Brummer, a 20-year-old student from the London School of Economics and Political Science from northwest London, said of England’s first goal: “This is the best moment of my life. This is an incredible moment. I Tell my grandchildren about this.”
Jay Gittelmon, 20, from northwest London, said: “I have never felt this way before. This is the best moment in my life.”
“When I was panting, I had to use an inhaler.”
Ed Sheeran and David Beckham were at Wembley Stadium, while the top rapper Stormzy was spotted celebrating the victory with friends at BOXPARK.
He was wearing an English shirt with Jack Grarich’s No. 7 jersey on the back.
After winning, the celebrities shared their joy on social media.
Piers Morgan wrote on Twitter: “Oh my God… it might really be going home.”
The former British Good Morning host also shared photos of Gareth Southgate’s penalty kick in the 1996 European Championship against Germany, and shared it with the England head coach on Tuesday. The moments of joy in the game contrast.
“Redemption,” he wrote.
David Baddiel and Frank Skinner were also at Wembley Stadium, and together with other joyous supporters defeated the Three Lions.
After the game, Badir shared a beaming photo with the Olympic hero Mofala, and wrote: “With this cute guy present, he may go home sooner.”
A tweet from the official Ant and Dec accounts read: “This…really…awesome!!! A kind of.”
Former England captain Wayne Rooney wrote on Instagram: “Come in. Come on @england. Good job guys.”
Former hottie Geri Horner said: “Come on England! Good job.”
Comedian John Bishop wrote on Twitter: “Well, this is very satisfying…”
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson shared a photo of him celebrating Kane’s decisive goal.
He wrote: “Good job @England! We are all behind you-take it home!”
After the result of the German team, the bookmaker Coral made the England team win the championship with a score of 2-1, knocking out the Three Lions from 9-2.