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Hilarious moment England fan squeals on bus as jubilant Brits go wild on the London Underground after World Cup win

The Three Lions' tense knockout tie with the South American side was a difficult watch for fans desperate to see us triumph for the first time ever in a World Cup spotkick showdown. However thanks to the heroics of Jordan Pickford and Eric Dier, we did it - and it was too much to handle for some

 
 
 
 

THIS is the amazing moment a bus passenger squeals and celebrates wildly as England bested Colombia in a penalty shootout.

The Three Lions' tense knockout tie with the South American side was a difficult watch for fans desperate to see us triumph for the first time ever in a World Cup spotkick showdown.

 This fan was watching the game on a mobile device with his headphones on the bus and was filmed going wild in celebration when we won the shootout
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This fan was watching the game on a mobile device with his headphones on the bus and was filmed going wild in celebration when we won the shootout

However thanks to the heroics of Jordan Pickford and Eric Dier, we did it - and it was too much to handle for some.

One fan, watching the game on a mobile device with his headphones on the bus, was filmed going wild in celebration.

Aqueel, who filmed the clip, said: "I was on my way home and saw this super excited fan who also made all the passengers on the bus as excited as him.

"I had a feeling England were going to score the winning goal so I got my camera out and recorded this brilliant fans reaction."

 England fans in London celebrate in the streets after England win 4-3 on penalties
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England fans in London celebrate in the streets after England win 4-3 on penalties
 
 
 
England fans sing 'It's Coming Home' on London Underground train after World Cup win

The victory now leaves England facing a tie with Sweden in the quarter finals on July 7 at 3pm.

And fans clearly can't wait, as they were filmed singing on the London Underground "football is coming home".

There were also jubilant scenes at fan parks across the country.

Vehicles were even brought to a standstill as fans partied in the streets of London.

 Londoners went wild in celebration following the amazing win
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Londoners went wild in celebration following the amazing win
 
 
 
England fans party in streets and bring bus to a standstill following dramatic last-16 win

Midfielder Eric Dier slotted home the winning spot kick to confirm England's place in the last eight of the tournament, sending the relatively few England fans in the stadium and nearby bar into raptures.

The national side's first knockout win in 12 years and only the second shootout win in eight attempts, along with a quarter final draw against Sweden, had many supporters believing "football's coming home".

Kensington Palace tweeted the team congratulations from the Duke of Cambridge, signing the tweet W.

The apparently personal message from the president of the Football Association said: "I couldn't be prouder of @england - a victory in a penalty shootout! You have well and truly earned your place in the final eight of the #worldcup? ?and you should know the whole country is right behind you for Saturday! Come on England! W."

 Fans cheer the team on at Boxpark Croydon, South London
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Fans cheer the team on at Boxpark Croydon, South London
 
 
 
Fans go wild in Newcastle as England score winning penalty against Colombia in World Cup

Former England striker Gary Lineker tweeted: "Football. There is nothing like it. Nothing."

Fellow former Three Lions star Alan Shearer simply said: "Yesssssssss boys yeeesss yes yes #RUSSIA_2018 @England."

Alastair and Gillian Robertson, who moved to Moscow from Sevenoaks, in Kent, for work 18 months ago, spoke of their delight at seeing the hoodoo lifted.

Mr Robertson, 44, said: "If England can win a penalties for the first time in I don't know how many years - 50 years of hurt, we win on penalties then we can go all the way.

 England fans celebrate in Moscow after seeing the Three Lions win
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England fans celebrate in Moscow after seeing the Three Lions win
 
 
 
Fans erupt into celebrations in Sheffield as England scores winning goal

"And the next round Sweden, all respect to Sweden it's going to be a great game but I think our boys will step up."

Barney Corkhill, 26, who is originally from Bath but lives in Peckham, south-east London, agreed.

He said: "At full time I was telling people around me, 'Yes we are going to win on penalties' - I didn't believe it.

"I actually predicted we would get knocked out to Colombia in the last 16 so I was already worried. It's coming home, isn't it?

 England's goalkeeper Jordan Pickford celebrates with his teammate Harry Kane
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England's goalkeeper Jordan Pickford celebrates with his teammate Harry Kane

"This round is looking very nice for us - Sweden is the best chance and then hopefully Russia get through and we play them in the semi-final.

"Russia-England semi-final would be brilliant out here. I think people would be worried about coming out because of the trouble, but from what I've seen, there won't be any trouble.

"And then we beat Brazil in the final and it's home - it is easy."

Brendan Collins, 30, described the match as an "emotional rollercoaster".

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