THREE Lions fans roared out in joy as they partied on the streets of London with some even scaling a double decker bus.
Joyous scenes erupted throughout the city as jubilant fans celebrated England beating Denmark to make it to our first major tournament final in 55 years.
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Fired-up fans were caught on camera climbing onto a buses’ roof in Piccadilly Circus before brandishing flags, dancing, and chanting as crowds swarmed the street below to celebrate of England’s historic victory.
Supporters seemed little bothered for their own safety as they clambered aboard, despite the fact the vehicle was still trying to move down the road.
Picadilly was packed with crowds spilling onto roads and traffic was soon brought to a standstill by the jubilant crowds.
Other hyped daredevil fans mounted lampposts and telephone boxes amid the sheer pandemonium following the heart-stopping match.
Crowds could be heard chanting “England” in unison as the excitement gripping the nation shows no sign of stopping.
The nail-biting game at Wembley ended with a sensational win for Gareth Southgate’s side – after the nation backed the boys for two hours in an electric semi-final showdown.
England fans joined the players in singing the iconic Sweet Caroline as the team celebrated their monumental win.
Fans stood with arms aloft in the stands to cheer on their heroes after victory was secured at the end of extra time.
The nation backed the boys for two hours during the electric semi-final in packed pubs, bars, front rooms and in Wembley itself.
England fans joined the players in singing the iconic Sweet Caroline as the team celebrated their monumental win after a nail-biting finish in extra time.
After a tense 90 minutes finished 1-1, Three Lions fans were forced to endure the familiar pain of extra time in a semi-final.
In the first few minutes, England continued to drive forward – but could not find the back of the net.
But in the 12th minute, Raheem Sterling went crashing to the ground – winning England a PENALTY.
Harry Kane’s shot was saved by Kasper Schmeichel – but the Spurs ace smashed the ball into the net on the rebound – putting England into the lead.
When the final whistle finally blew on a historic win – scenes of jubilation erupted across the country.
Fans then stormed bars and pubs following as the lads reigned victorious.
Countless pints were hurled into the air as fans embraced and cheered.
England will now take on Italy in the historic Euros final on Sunday – the first time the team has reached a final since 1966.