ENGLAND fans were jumping with joy and roaring with delight after seeing the men’s national team reach a major tournament for the first time in half a century.

Harry Kane sent the Three Lions to the Euro 2020 final, bundling home the rebound after his weak extra-time penalty had been saved.

England held out for a 2-1 victory, much to the delight of jubilant supporters, who celebrated with glee in pubs, bars and living rooms.

The scenes after the final whistle at The Wicket at Ruskin Drive - shared on Instagram - were typical of the elation on show and fans could be heard singing on the streets late into the night.

It was a tense night for home fans, after Denmark took an unlikely lead only to concede an own goal equaliser 10 minutes later.

England fans outnumbered their Danish counterparts by six-to-one inside Wembley due to coronavirus-related travel restrictions.

So it was little surprise the majority of the 60,000 supporters roared as players embraced at the end of a gruelling extra-time period.

Many also sang, and it was no surprise the anthemic Three Lions and its familiar “It’s coming home” refrain reverberated around Wembley at the final whistle.

If you've been celebrating England reaching the final, you can share your pictures or video with us by emailing Andrew: akilmurray@sthelensstar.co.uk