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Prince William and David Beckham could be seen celebrating in the stands at Wembley when England scored a crucial equaliser in their Euro 2020 semi-final with Denmark on Wednesday night.
The Three Lions are currently locking horns with Kasper Hjulmand's men for a place in their first ever European Championship final.
Mikkel Damsgaard fired the Danes in front on the night, powering home a sensational free-kick after half-an-hour to break the deadlock.
But it didn't take England long to draw level in London, as Simon Kjaer's own goal nine minutes later levelled proceedings and sent over 50,000 fans in the stadium wild.
The Duke of Cambridge was one of them, with cameras picking up Prince William celebrating Kjaer's own goal just a few rows ahead of England legend Becks.
His Royal Highness is in attendance at the game without wife Kate Middleton, who is self-isolating after receiving an alert that she possible came into contact with someone who tested positive for Covid-19 at Wimbledon.
BBC pundit Alex Scott could also be seen in the same box as the Duke of Cambridge and Becks, along with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Paris St-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi.
Kjaer's own goal came as a relief for England after Damsgaard's stunning set-piece left them trailing in what is a crucial encounter.
But former England defender Gary Neville felt goalkeeper Jordan Pickford should have kept the free-kick out, saying on ITV Sport: "Jordan Pickford should have done better, the goal was coming, Denmark was getting through was way too easily.
"It is a long way out, if the ball goes into the corner then it is fair enough, but that is in the middle.
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"He put himself in a situation where he cannot see the ball.
"Our full backs have to make sure they stay attached to our centre backs. Shaw and [Kyle] Walker are going to press the wing backs way too early and leaving Maguire and [John] Stones exposed."
- David Beckham
- Prince William
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