WATCH: England fans go wild as the Three Lions reach Euro Finals after 55 years

WATCH: England fans go wild as the Three Lions reach Euro Finals after 55 years
WATCH: England fans go wild as the Three Lions reach Euro Finals after 55 years

Euro 2020 Semifinals – England beat Denmark 2-1: Harry Kane scored the winner in extra time as England set up Euro 2020 finals clash with Italy after 55 years. The England fans went wild after entering the finals.

Fans stood with arms aloft in the stands to cheer on their heroes after victory was secured at the end of extra time. The squad was all present on the touchline with those not playing, such as Jude Bellingham, hugging and praising the teammates who played a part.

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The Wembley roar went up a decimal when the England boss fist-bumped the crowd in delight.

England fans and players celebrated together after The Three Lions qualified for their first final since 1966.

The players and staff joined in with a rendition of ‘Sweet Caroline’ on the pitch.

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WATCH: England fans go wild as the Three Lions reach Euro Finals after 55 years

England fans go wild as they celebrate the Three Lions win in Boxpark, Croydon

England fans celebrated by climbing atop a double decker bus in central London

Fans went wild and chanted "it's coming home" after the final whistle went

England legends David Beckham and Paul Gascoigne punched the air

Boris and Carrie are cheering on the lads tonight

Supporters were left on the edge of their seat

Euro 2020 Semifinals – England beat Denmark 2-1: Harry Kane scores winner in extra time as England setup Euro 2020 finals clash with Italy after 55 years

England vs Denmark Highlights: An entertaining end-to-end second half had plenty of action, but very few legitimate chances for either side and the game went to extra time — a record seventh such occurrence in European Championship history.

The goal, Kane’s fourth thus far at the 2020 Euro, puts him level with Gary Lineker for most goals in England’s major tournament history with 10.

England, who are in their first major tournament final since beating West Germany at the 1966 World Cup showcase, now faces an Italian side that has won all of their matches thus far in the Euro final at Wembley on Sunday.

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