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Euro 2020: Cambridges, Beckham and Stormzy among England fans celebrate historic victory | UK News

There was chaos across the country as England ended 55 years of suffering with a tense 2-0 victory over Germany to reach the quarter-finals of Euro 2020.

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Wembley, at Stormzy in one fan zone, many famous faces joined in the celebrations as millions watched Gareth Southgate’s men knock out their longtime rivals.

Joining his parents inside the stadium was Prince george. The Cambridges were on the ground like Prince william is president of the Football Federation.

England were cheered by a rowdy crowd at Wembley as they progressed to the quarter-finals

Almost 40,000 people were allowed to watch the match, with lucky fans witnessing history as England beat Germany in a knockout match for the first time since the 1966 World Cup final – when they were West Germany.

England fans are hoping for a similar performance on Saturday as England advance to the quarter-finals

After a tight first half, goals from Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane helped England advance.

40,000 fans watched England knock Germany out of Euro 2020

England advanced to the knockout stages without conceding a goal and a few big saves from Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford kept them up another clean sheet.

As the English fans celebrated, German fans found themselves with their hands in their heads as their team were stunned by Southgate and co

On the other side, German fans in England cried after their side were knocked out by Gareth Southgate’s side – in manager Joachim Low’s last game.

Manchester City striker Raheem Sterling scored England's first goal and captain Harry Kane put the game beyond Germany

Sterling has now scored three goals in four games for England, while Kane has broken his tournament duck.

Raheem Sterling scored his third Euro 2020 goal, putting England in the lead

England will now travel to Rome for their quarter-final match against Ukraine or Sweden.

Bayern Munich striker Thomas Muller missed a crucial change right after Raheem Sterling's goal

At 1-0, the nation held its breath as Thomas Muller was on goal but the Bayern Munich striker put a good chance aside.

Stormzy, who was watching from Box Park in Wembley, celebrates England's win over Germany

Stormzy watched the game from Box Park at Wembley, as he celebrated with fans at the final whistle.

England were cheered on by royalty, former players and top of the charts at Wembley

And at Wembley, England were cheered on by David Beckham, Ed Sheeran and David Seaman.

An English fan can barely watch in the first half, as England and Germany draw in the first half

Some fans could barely watch the first half as both teams had …

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