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Euro 2020: Adele, Piers Morgan and Kate Garraway lead celebrations as England triumphs over Denmark for place in final


Piers Morgan was pretty happy… (Picture: Twitter)

The England’s Men’s football team were the heroes of the hour after beating Denmark 2-1 at Euro 2020 for a place in the final against Italy, and the celebs came out in force with the likes of Piers Morgan, Adele and Kate Garraway celebrating their win.

Denmark led the way by scoring first in the tense match at Wembley on Wednesday night, but an own goal brought England level.

A later penalty for England saw Harry Kane initially miss, but manage to score as the ball rebounded and put his team ahead, taking them into the final.

A nation celebrated including some of the UK’s famous faces, with singer Adele posting a video to Instagram of her reaction to Kane’s goal, screaming around her front room as it went in.

Good Morning Britain star Kate Garraway was tuning in with her kids and filmed son Billy draped in an England flag and racing around the house.

She joked in the caption: ‘YAAAAAAAAS!!! #thedreamisalive – #itscominghome The final – actually a FINAL ps no celebrating 11 yr olds were hurt in the filming of this video.’

TV presenter Piers Morgan was at the match in person and posted a selfie to Twitter of his cheering face, adding the word: ‘BOOOOOOM!!!!!’.

Strictly Come Dancing star Oti Mabuse tweeted a video of herself cheering at the back of a car as she followed the match, adding a string of emoji of the England flag.

Broadcaster Gary Lineker tweeted: ‘Unbelievable. Finally after all these years. So bloody wonderful.

‘Well played to the Denmark team. You gave it everything and more. Your country should be very proud of you.

Phillip Schofield was stunned (Picture: Instagram)
Romeo Beckham listened to a classic (Picture: Instagram)

‘There were some superb performances. All the back 4 were outstanding, and as for @sterling7, well, that was one of the greatest displays I’ve seen from a player in an @England shirt. Stunning.’

The perma-hyped actor Ross Kemp shared another pep talk on Twitter, urging the England team to ‘believe’ and go all the way in the final.

He said: ‘It means everything. When I see Harry Kane lift that trophy on Sunday it will mean everything. Truly. Let’s enjoy the next 24 hours because my word. Superb.

‘Well done Gareth, well done the team, stay focused, believe, believe, believe. I can’t tell you what it means to me and plenty of others because we’ve been through a pretty hard time, some of us a very hard time, not me but I know people who have.

‘It means so much to them. Stay focused. Win. Win, win on Sunday. You deserve it, you’re the better team. Win.’

Romeo Beckham, the son of David and Victoria Beckham, celebrated by listening to the classic by listening to the 1996 track Three Lions by David Baddiel, Frank Skinner and The Lightning Seeds, sharing a screengrab of it on Instagram.

England will take on Italy in the Euro 2020 final on Sunday July 11.

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