England fans booed as they hijack Italy vs Spain game singin It’s Coming Home

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England fans at Wembley were booed as they hijacked Italy and Spain's Euro 2020 semi-final with a rendition of footballing anthem 'Three Lions'.

A thrilling 45 minutes has been played between the two countries at Wembley, with neither side unable to break through as they went in level at 0-0.

Millions of England fans will be watching to see who they could face in the final on July 11, with Denmark the only team now standing in their way.

But some had also bought tickets for the first semi-final of the tournament – and they wanted to make it known who they believe will lift the Henri Delauney Trophy.

With just under 20 minutes on the clock, pockets of England fans around the 90,000-seater stadium could be heard singing: "It's coming home."

This is the iconic line from David Baddiel and Frank Skinner's song 'Three Lions, recorded for the home tournament of Euro 96, which has become an anthem for Gareth Southgate's side.

Fans of Italy and Spain, though, were left unimpressed with the song – and made their feelings known by booing the England fans.

But the Three Lions faithful on social media backed up their fellow supporters at Wembley when footage emerged on Twitter.

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"Hahhhhha up the English. Itssssss commmming homeeeee," one said.

Another commented: "Whole world hates us..love it!"

While a third added: "Booing our national song, disgraceful behaviour! No respect!"

Gareth Southgate will be keeping one eye on proceedings at Wembley as he prepares England for their semi-final on Wednesday against Denmark.

One star they will look to for inspiration is captain Harry Kane, who is hitting form with three goals in two games.

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