Published: Wed, July 11, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Antoinette Montgomery

England fans destroy an ambulance following their quarter final win over Sweden

England fans destroy an ambulance following their quarter final win over Sweden

Signs selling "Football Etskömmånhjöme" were put up in Gateshead IKEA, and they were all priced at £19.66, a reference to the last time England won the World Cup.

"It's coming home" is said at least every other sentence, the manager has made waistcoats popular again, and footage of jubilant English men and women launching lager across packed venues has gone viral across the world.

Emergency services personnel complained Sunday about the "disgraceful" behavior of a small number of supporters who celebrated England's victory over Sweden by dancing on top of an ambulance and badly damaging it.

"Cancel your plans for Wednesday night - England have reached their first World Cup semi-final in almost 30 years", said the Sun on Sunday.

The team were kicked out of bed at around 8am (local time), meanwhile Gareth Southgate's team were tucked up in bed a few miles away so will be well-rested before today's match.

"There was just pandemonium", said Edward Stapley, 26, who watched the game at The St Christopher's Inn, a pub near London Bridge.

Even if Southgate's team reach the final, William will not attend the match because of Britain's diplomatic boycott of the World Cup in Russian Federation over a nerve agent attack in England this year.

Russian Federation - the lowest-ranked nation at their own tournament - refused to die despite enjoying just 36 percent of possession against a superior Croatian team led by Luka Modric.

Harry Kane says England are determined to "finish the job" in Russian Federation and hopes their unexpected tilt at World Cup glory will inspire the next generation.

The march was re-scheduled to avoid clashing with the England v Sweden match.

Mr Parry, who is now the assistant priest of Worth Parish, in West Sussex, said the young Southgate "liked to analyse things he was dealing with before he spoke about them". We want to be here till the end.

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