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England fans nearly took the roof off Wembley when the full-time whistle was blown and their place in the Euro 2020 final was confirmed.
Harry Kane's penalty in the 104th minute secured a 2-1 win for the Three Lions against Denmark to book their place against Italy on July 11.
Approximately 66,000 fans were in attendance at the stadium to see the captain's winner, following Mikkel Damsgaard's stunning free kick and a Simon Kjaer own-goal equaliser.
And footage has captured the incredible moment when fans were able to celebrate England making it to their first major tournament final for 55 years.
When Danny Makkelie blew his whistle after 120 minutes, it sent the England fans wild in the ground.
ITV cameras panned across the stands to see people embracing each other, waving their flags and screaming in delight.
While the supporters went wild, Southgate kept his composure to give Denmark boss Kasper Hjulmand a handshake before celebrating with the team.
Some of the players simply fell to the floor in disbelief while the substitutes ran onto the pitch.
But captain Kane, Raheem Sterling, Jordan Henderson and Declan Rice were having a small team-mate – perhaps talking tactics for Italy in four days' time.
The whole team eventually gathered in the end they were attacking before enjoying a rendition of 'Sweet Caroline' with the fans.
England were put on the back foot after 30 minutes when youngster Mikkel Damsgaard put a stunning free kick past Jordan Pickford.
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But the Three Lions were left within eight minutes when Raheem Sterling's run was too much for Simon Kjaer as the centre-back scored an own goal.
Southgate's side then grew into the game over the second half but were unable to get the goal.
The opportunity came int he 104th minute when Sterling was caught in the box.
Kane's first attempt from the spot was saved by Schmeichel – but the rebound fell into the forward's path for the winner, securing a place in the final against Italy.
- England Football Team
- Euro 2020
- Harry Kane
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