England superstar Raheem Sterling’s fiancée partied in the street after England’s historic Euro 2020 semi-final win against Denmark.
Sterling led the charge as Gareth Southgate’s men overturned a 1-0 deficit to win 2-1 on Wednesday night, edging England one step closer to bringing it home.
The Manchester City winger played an integral part, doing enough to force the Danish defender into scoring an own goal before half-time and then winning the crucial extra-time penalty which led to captain Harry Kane's winner.
Paige Milian, Sterling’s fiancée since March 2018, showed her jubilation by filming the celebrations taking place on the streets of London after the match.
Thousands took to the streets after England made history, reaching the final of a major tournament since the icons of 1966 won the World Cup at the old Wembley Stadium.
Milian, 26, attended the game with family, including son Thiago, as they watched Sterling create havoc for the Danish defence.
Her posts on Instagram showed the family celebrating the goals before making their way out of Wembley Way, North West London.
Milian can then be seen singing ‘It’s coming home’ with strangers on the street as pandemonium ensues, with six people visibly poking out of a car’s rooftop holding a traffic cone.
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The couple met each other as teenagers when the tricky winger still played for Queens Park Rangers but it’s unlikely they’d ever felt as much emotion from a football game.
Sterling has been England’s star performer at the Euros, scoring three goals in the process and featuring in every game so far.
The Three Lions will take on Italy in the final at Wembley which is set to be a match for the ages, after Roberto Mancini’s side knocked out Spain on penalties on Tuesday evening.
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