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Jubilant England fans celebrated throughout the night as the Three Lions secured their first major cup final in 55 years, leaving the streets of London littered with post-match detritus.
Pictures show wild scenes of huge crowds of revelers partying up and down the country after England's tense 2-1 victory in extra time over Denmark.
Fans belted out "football's coming home" into the night as Gareth Southgate's heroes prepare for their showdown with Italy at Wembley stadium on Sunday.
Supporters clambered on top of red double decker buses to dance and wave St George's flags in London.
There was mayhem when the final whistle blew, confirming a well-earned 2-1 win over Denmark, setting up a crunch last with Italy on Sunday night.
Supporters in the fan zone were sent into raptures after the penalty decision was given, and the roars were even louder after the England skipper netted the goal despite initially missing the spot kick.
Peter Lewis, 18, from Richmond, south-west London, said: "Oh my word, I can't believe it! When he missed there was a split second where I thought 'it's not going to happen'.
"What a captain, what a leader, he followed it up and smashed it home."
The majority of the 60,000 fans inside the stadium roared as players embraced at the end of a gruelling extra-time period.
The anthemic Three Lions and its familiar "It's coming home" refrain reverberated around Wembley at the final whistle.
After the match jubilant fans released red-coloured smoke and sang as they swarmed out of the stadium.
Addi Hassan, 21, described the victory as "absolutely incredible, absolutely world class".
England fans Scarlet Devereux and Lucy Millard, both 18, were elated as they left Wembley.
Ms Devereux said: "It was a brilliant game, the atmosphere was absolutely amazing."
Ms Millard added: "It's the first time in so many years we've been in the semi-finals so it's absolutely amazing. It's coming home."
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