FIRED-UP England fans have spelled out ‘It’s Coming Home’ on roof tiles, painted the St George’s flag on roundabouts and cooked up a Harry Kane PIZZA ahead of the Euros clash with Denmark tonight.
Three Lions supporters have been painting the country red and white as Gareth Southgate’s men prepare to take on the Danes at Wembley.
England fans are expected to sink nearly 10 million pints in pubs and beer gardens today, while 60,000 supporters inside Wembley will roar the team on from the stands.
One group of builders arranged the tiles on a new build house in Pitstone, Bucks, to read “It’s coming home”.
And another mystery painter daubed the St George’s flag on a roundabout in Wycombe, Bucks.
Meanwhile, patriotic staff at an Asda in North London even fashioned a Harry Kane pizza – complete with the striker’s name and Number 9 shirt drawn with Mozzarella cheese.
The store has even renamed itself after gaffer Gareth Southgate – who has led his team to consecutive semi-finals at the World Cup and Euros.
The manager will be hoping his team can beat Denmark to set up the Three Lions’ first final in a major tournament since the 1966 World Cup.
Victory would set up a mouthwatering clash with Italy at Wembley, who beat Spain in a dramatic penalty shootout last night.
Tonight's semi-final kicks off at 8pm, with tens of millions expected to watch the match on ITV.
Boris Johnson was among those urging the Three Lions on today.
He said: “Gareth Southgate and the England squad have done the nation proud in the Euros, and tonight we will all be wishing them the best of luck in getting to the final. Bring it home!"
Skipper Harry Kane also roared out a warning to Denmark before tonight's Euro 2020 semi-final: “I’m probably unstoppable.”
Asked whether he could be stopped, he replied: “To be honest, probably not.
"If you try and stop me then that’s OK because you have got other players who are just as good, who are going to cause problems."
England are favourites to clinch a place in their first tournament final since the 1966 World Cup when they march out at Wembley tomorrow in front of 60,000 home fans.
And The Sun revealed today that pubs will be allowed to open until 11.15pm on Sunday night — in case the Euros final goes to extra time and penalties.
Those watching the game in outdoor venues may need to prepare for all weathers, with sunshine and showers forecast throughout the day.
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