Watch: Brilliant full time scenes on Broad Street, Birmingham as England fans belt out 'It’s Coming Home'

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There were jubilant scenes in Birmingham as fans celebrated Ollie Watkins’ winner and the full-time whistle on Broad Street

England fans celebrated long into the night after Gareth Southgate’s side reached back-to-back European Championship finals.

Aston Villa’s Ollie Watkins scored a last minute winner against the Dutch for the Three Lions with England now set to face Spain in the Euro 2024 final in Berlin on Sunday (July 14).

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There were jubilant scenes in Birmingham as fans celebrated Watkins’ winner and the full-time whistle at bars on Broad Street.

Videos from Heidis's, Snobs and Walkabout show fans celebrating Harry Kane’s first-half equaliser in the 2-1 win, as well as Watkins goal and full-time.

In the video which you can watch above, fans are seen in Walkabout singing the classic Baddiel and Skinner England anthem ‘It’s Coming Home’ as the referee blows the final whistle.

But it was far from a comfortable evening for the Three Lions supporters.

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England were dealt an early blow as Xavi Simons fired the Dutch ahead with a fine strike from just outside the box, however they battled back through a fortuitous penalty - dispatched by the skipper Kane - to go into the break with the scores locked at 1-1.

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It looked like it was going into extra time again, that England might need another shootout, but then Villa’s Watkins decided otherwise, firing into the back of the net with a fantastic strike late in the day.

Southgate’s side will now take on an in-form Spain side at 8pm on Sunday for a chance to become the first men’s team to win a European Championship.

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