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The Front And Back Pages Of Newspapers Are Wiped Clean To Announce That The England Squad Has Finally Reached The Final

Advertisement The front and back pages of the UK’s main newspapers have been dedicated to the players who have finally made a major final after 55 years by saluting England’s football team for their historic triumph against Denmark at Wembley.

The sights of ecstasy that erupted at the stadium on Wednesday night when Harry Kane scored an extra-time penalty kick, earning the Three Lions’ spot in Sunday’s Euro 2020 final against Italy, have been erased from Fleet Street’s pages.

Last night’s win is historic for England, as it secures a spot in the final against Italy on Sunday – the most crucial football match for the Three Lions in 25 years, and the first major tournament final the team has reached since the 1966 World Cup.

The top page of the Daily Mail includes a photo of Kane lifting his fist to the crowd among ecstatic England fans at full-time, with the caption ‘Kane Believe It!’

Three Lions keeps millions of people on the edge of their seats on a night of great drama.

Captain Harry then launches us into the historic Wembley final.’

Meanwhile, The Times, Sun, Guardian, and i Daily have chosen to feature Kane celebrating with teammate Phil Foden shortly after scoring the game-winning goal.

The players were dubbed “the history boys” on the front page of The Telegraph, which featured a photo of England footballers piled atop each other after the triumph.

The top page of the Daily Mail includes a photo of Kane lifting his fist to the crowd at full-time amid ecstatic England fans, with the title ‘Kane Believe It!’

Three Lions keeps millions of people on the edge of their seats on a night of great drama.

Captain Harry then launches us into the historic Wembley final.’

However, the back page of the paper included a jubilant celebration between Kane and Phil Foden (right), with the caption ‘King Kane.’ Similarly, the front page of the Daily Express featured a photo of England footballers swarming over Kane after the win, with the slogan: ‘And last..

England’s time has come, and it is happy and glorious.’

Meanwhile, on the back page (right), the Sun echoed the rest of the country with the headline: ‘It’s practically home now,’ beside a picture of a jubilant Harry Kane and Phil Foden. The Sun also filled their front page (left) with Phil Foden looking particularly in awe with Harry Kane after he scored the extra-time goal, with the headline: ‘3 lions roar into final: Probably the best feeling in the world.’

‘Finally!’ the paper added.

The Daily Mirror published photographs of the England players piling onto Harry Kane after he scored the extra-time goal on its front and back pages (right) alongside the picture of the England team celebrating the goal.

‘Harry and his heroes defeated the Danes,’ ran the front page headline (left).

The Guardian likewise filled its front and back pages with the entire England team racing towards the audience in celebration before piling on top of each other, to match the England immortals of 1966′, while also writing ‘Party like it’s 1966’ on their back page (right).

With the headline “England’s dreaming,” The Guardian alluded to the millions of England fans who now feel as if they are dreaming as a result of the victory.

‘Fairytale football: England reach first final in 55 years with exhilarating triumph against Denmark,’ the i daily said on its front page, beside a photo of a happy Kane and Foden.

The Times, meanwhile, featured an image of the joyful England squad on its front page with the simple headline “England create history.”

Their back page is fully devoted to their manager, Gareth Southgate, who can be seen throwing his fists in the air after seeing the goal.

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