There is plenty of excitement around England ahead of the national team’s Euro 2020 semi-final against Denmark at Wembley tonight, and train stations are no exception.
Southeastern Railway are soaking in the occasion and decided to take a dig at the Danish national team on their Twitter feed, showing their support for Gareth Southgate’s team.
On social media, they shared a doctored image of the Denmark Hill station in London, photoshopping it to show as “Denmark nil” and they used the caption “What do you reckon the score will be later? Oh, I dunno, England 6-“ to indicate the Three Lions would win 6-0 tonight.
The nation has been in a buoyant mood ahead of the game tonight.
Elsewhere in London, two Underground workers, Jeremy Chopra and Ian Redpath, have become famous for posting uplifting messages on the North Greenwich Tube station since March 2017 and today, the message related to “It’s Coming Home,” discussing the origins and ending with a question “Perhaps it’s time for IT to come home?”
Elsewhere, an Essex-based fan, Lee Johnson, covered his house in 64 England flag to back his country at the Euros this summer, and it’s all for a good cause.
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"My kids are loving it, especially after the year we've had," he said.
"It's completely covered from top to bottom – I didn't plan to do that much.
"We are on a main road and there are a lot of buses and work people going past and the response has been brilliant.
"We get a lot of people beeping and screaming 'come on the boys'.
"We've had donations put through the letter box, and people asking how they can donate it.
"It was just a bit of fun and a bit of fundraising, but it's gone further than I thought.
England beat Germany and Ukraine to get to this stage and having lost their last international semi-final to Croatia at the 2018 World Cup, Southgate’s team will be hoping to do better here and go one step ahead.
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