Boris Johnson tells England to 'bring it home' as Piers Morgan, Liam Gallagher and Alan Shearer join Three Lions party

BORIS JOHNSON has urged England to 'bring it home' as celebrities across the UK joined the Euro 2020 party.

Gareth Southgate's men booked their spot in the semi-finals with a crushing 4-0 win over Ukraine on Saturday night.

The nation reacted with pure joy as England's heroes prepared to return to Wembley for Wednesday's semi-final against Denmark following their big night in Rome.

The Prime Minister led the tributes to England on Saturday night, tweeting: "An outstanding performance by @England tonight.

"We're all behind you for the semi-finals, bring it home."

Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge and president of the FA, wrote: "Another top team performance and clean sheet from England tonight.

"Well played to Ukraine. Can't wait for Wednesdays semi final!"

Former England striker Alan Shearer added: "What a magnificent performance and result @England.

"Be very very proud lads. Well done Gareth."

Piers Morgan tried and failed to keep his emotions in check, writing: "I’m trying to stay calm. I’m failing. It’s coming home."


Oasis legend Liam Gallagher echoed Piers' sentiment, simply tweeting: "It's coming home."

Comedian Jack Whitehall wrote: "If we were whispering it after the Germany game, it's now up to a murmur… 'it's coming home'."

Chris Kamara reacted in trademark manner, saying: "Brilliant superb fantastic and most of all unbelievable.

"Oh what a night – might have to have another beer before bed."

Ant and Dec added: "Oh boy. Hard not to get carried away innit!?"

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