Fans celebrate in Croydon, south London

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England fans have been pictured throwing pints and jumping up and down after the team won against Czech Republic in their final group game tonight.

The result means England made it through to the last 16 of the Euro 2020 championship.

Fans were seen chanting, dancing and drinking after the match, as they flooded streets, pubs and been gardens across the country.

Happy Brits who watched the football match tonight in Croydon, south London, celebrated with pints alongside their friends.

In Manchester, some held a cardboard cutout of England manager Gareth Southgate as they watched the UEFA match.

Fans also gathered in central London, with flags and cardboards to support the team.

England won against Czech Republic tonight
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Brits in Newcastle watched the match in a beer garden and were photographed cheering and celebrating after the victory.

Fans packed into a sold-out fan zone in Trafalgar Square on Tuesday evening to support England against the Czech Republic in their final game in the group stage of Euro 2020.

Two big screens displayed the game on either side of Nelson's Column.

England fans celebrate the team's victory in Newcastle
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Fans also gathered in Croydon, south London
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Fans cheered vehemently when Raheem Sterling scored the opening goal after 12 minutes, but some were hoping the Three Lions would be pegged back at half-time.

Emma Birkett, who is a key worker, said she did not want England to top the group to avoid a potential clash with France, Portugal or Germany in Group F.

She said: "There is something great about being an underdog because we are always almost there.

England fans watched the match in the fan zone in Trafalgar Square in London
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Fans braved the rain to enjoy England's victory
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"It would almost be better not to win this one because we don't really want to go head to head with the 'group of death'."

As the sun set many wrapped themselves up in their England, Three Lions and Union flags for warmth and turned to talk among themselves rather than actively watch the action at Wembley.

Some supporters were divided on how far England would make it through the tournament.

Fans celebrate England's victory in Manchester
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Fans hold a cardboard cutout of England manager Gareth Southgate in Manchester
(Image: PA)

Akash Bhagawati said: "We'll get further in the tournament but I don't think we'll win (it). We'd definitely like for England to win and we'll be supporting them but I don't see it happening."

But Kieran Bennett added: "We've had a goal, and I think we're going to get another one. It's been great. It's coming home."