A JUBILANT fan ran through the streets naked after England’s 2-0 win over Germany last night.
He stripped off to just his trainers in Goole, East Yorkshire, as part of a dare with laughing pals.
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A naked England fan gripped his tackle as he dashed through the streets of Yorkshire last night[/caption]
A car following behind filmed him as he punched the air in delight at passing motorists – as ‘It’s Coming Home’ played.
The mystery fan told pals at kick-off: “If England beat Germany I’ll run through the town centre starkers.”
As the full whistle blew on England’s historic victory he took his kit off and went through with it.
He was spotted running along Boothferry Road in a pair of socks and black trainers – while keeping hold of his tackle.
One shocked resident said: “I just couldn’t believe it.
“It came out of nowhere and cars were following him, shouting something about England.”
The nude fan took a dash for a dare – after England’s historic victory over Germany[/caption]
Fans partied in the streets after the 2-0 win[/caption]
Another said: “This only ever happens when England play at big tournaments.
“Good on him for doing it.
“It was hilarious.
“At least we’ll all remember where we were when England beat Germany at a tournament for the first time in 55 years.”
Fans will have woken with sore heads today after the Three Lions’ win.
Boozy supporters scaled poles and chanted “it’s coming home” after goals from Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane sent England into the quarter finals.
All eyes are now on Saturday’s game against Ukraine, which will take place in Rome.
The team sailed through the Saturday’s quarter-final in Rome[/caption]
And there were amazing scenes as supporters celebrated[/caption]
City centres were packed out with thousands of fans last night[/caption]
Major cities were yesterday packed with boozy fans.
In London, Trafalgar Square was heaving with supporters, while Brits in England shirts climbed onto the Shaftesbury Fountain in Piccadilly Circus.
In Manchester, pints were hurled in the air during chaotic scenes as fans celebrated the win, and in Leeds, locals danced in the streets.
Prince William, Prince George and Kate Middleton were among those roaring from the stands at Wembley as Southgate’s men sailed into the next round.
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Midfielder Declan Rice said his team had created a “piece of history”.
He told the BBC: “In the press conferences all week the players have been asked about the previous games against Germany and today we created our own piece of history.
“We’ve made the most of our opportunity today and it was a pleasure to be out on the pitch.”