England After the Three Lions entered the semi-finals in a major tournament for the second time in a row, domestic and foreign fans celebrated until the early hours of the morning.
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Harry Kane Scored a goal every half, and Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson’s goals helped the team break through.
This is the second time in the past three years that the England team is only one game away from a Grand Slam final. Gareth Southgate Lead the country to compete on the same stage in the 2018 World Cup.
In London, hundreds of English fans repeated the celebrations from Tuesday, when the team defeated Germany and climbed the Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain in Piccadilly Circus, waving the flag of St. George.
There were also rallies in Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square. One supporter, Mark Gossen, told PA: “It’s a wonderful feeling. We’ve been waiting for 25 years. We are about to enter the semi-finals. 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.”
This game was England’s first game at Wembley Stadium and fans were urged not to travel with Italy on the British Amber List.
But there are also fans who support the Three Lions. They are either located in continental Europe or travel across other countries to participate in the Olympic Stadium.
An English fan abroad is Steve Faulkner. He is celebrating in Rome. He told PA: “It’s definitely the buzz. After the highlights, everyone gathers outside the stadium. The TV guys want Shoot us, sing and dance, knowing that the football is going home.
If Covid-19 tests negative or proves that they have received a double vaccine, more than 60,000 football fans will be allowed to participate in the semi-finals and finals of the 2020 European Cup at Wembley.
Since the pandemic began, this may lead to the emergence of some of the largest populations in the UK.
All ticket holders must test negative for coronavirus or provide proof of two doses of vaccine 14 days before the game.