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England fans went absolutely wild after the Three Lions scored four goals in last night's historic quarter final match.
Millions of elated Brits partied into the early hours filling up packed pubs, parks and pavements across the country to celebrate the Three Lions' first Euro semi-final in 25 years.
Hangovers were in no one's mind as beer was downed by the dozen and David Baddiel and Frank Skinner's Three Lions was heard being belted up and down the country.
At Boxpark in Croydon, video captured the moment Harry Kane scored the opener – sparking wild celebrations with plenty of pints being thrown.
And London's iconic Piccadilly Circus was draped in St George's flags as hundreds clambered onto the famous roundabout.
The exciting win means the Three Lions will face off against Denmark at Wembley in front of a home crowd of 60,000 on Wednesday night.
Captain Harry Kane scored twice either side of Harry Maguire's header before late substitution Jordan Henderson netted a fourth.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson hailed an "outstanding performance" as fans celebrated the historic win.
The night wasn't all love and joy however as police clashed with groups of fans taking their celebrations onto the street.
Officers formed human barricades to push back against crowds in parts of the capital as they hopelessly attempted to regain control of the chaos in the aftermath of the Three Lions win.
Fans were seen forcibly wrestled to the ground by police who tried to crack down on the thousands of football-mad Brits that had united in London.
At least 50 police officers were seen in Leicester Square shouting orders at onlookers and celebrating fans.
The unmasked fans in Piccadilly Circus chanted classic songs and some even let off a handful of flares.
The Met tweeted yesterday evening: "Congratulations to England on an outstanding performance.
"Officers remain on duty across London to make sure everyone can celebrate safely.
"Piccadilly Circus in particular is now very crowded with people climbing up the Eros statue. Please avoid the area."
Leicester Square ignited with cheers when Harry Kane scored in just four minutes and fans were seen hugging each other and throwing their cups of beer into the air.
Trevor Harris, 40, from Watford, said: "It's coming home. You can hear everyone chanting it. England is England and it's about time we actually started playing."
Another supporter, Marc Ghossein, said: "It's an amazing feeling. We have been waiting for this for 25 years now. We're almost at the semi-final, it's coming home. England is going to win this year."
- England Football Team
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