From the reactions to last night's win over Colombia, you'd be forgiven for thinking football had already come home. When England made it into the final eight of the World Cup, London was a very happy place to be. Here's how the capital reacted.
One member of Team Londonist spotted these jubilant scenes on Essex Road:
It was a similar scene in Angel, as shown in this video shared on Reddit:
Meanwhile, somebody at TfL got a bit jubilant, blasting out a rendition of Vindaloo over the tanoy system on a Victoria line platform:
Things got a bit, er, lively on this bus in Finsbury Park:
The area around Tottenham Court Road and Charing Cross Road was once again blocked by fans revelling in the street:
We *think* this is BoxPark in Croydon
Flat Iron Square:
Somewhere in the East End:
The most British reactions on Twitter
Were these people in London? Who cares — their reactions were so British, we had to share them.
Legit just watched a guy run full speed, stark naked, carrying an England flag and a can of beer, shouting ‘f*ck off Shakiraaaaaaaaa’ in unbridled joy, straight into a hedge.— Marc Ozall (@marcozall) July 3, 2018
I feel you brother. #ENGCOL
Fair play to my neighbour who just went out to his car solely to honk the horn. He now returns to his living room, duty complete. #ENG— James Manning (@JamesManning) July 3, 2018
The musical reactions (sound on to watch)
Knighthood for whoever initiated this please:
The #WorldCup has got the nation singing Atomic Kitten in the street. WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE 🙌😅 🏴 #SouthgateUrtheOne #footballscominghomeagain 🎤 #ENGCOL @England @atomickitten pic.twitter.com/XTyoj0Ea7l— Sam Darlaston (@samd_official) July 3, 2018
Last but not least, it's not London-specific, but every fan needs to watch this at least once. Oh, there seems to be something in our eye...
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