England will play in a major tournament final for the first time in 55 years after beating Denmark in a thrilling semi-final game.

There wasn't an empty seat in High Wycombe as fans packed out the pubs and bars to cheer on the Three Lions.

Things didn't start as planned as England went behind to a fantastic Danish freekick but Gareth Southgate's side did enough throughout the game to take it into extra time.

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Harry Kane then sent fans into dreamland as his extra-time goal secured England's place in the Euros 2020 final this Sunday.

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The town centre was busy hours before kickoff with queues seen outside pubs and bars.

Fans were in an optimistic mood and the chants of "football's coming home" were heard at any pub you walked past in the town.

Southgate will now prepare his team to face Italy at Wembley for a chance to win the Euros for the first time in England's history.

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Celebrations split onto the streets and will roll on until Sunday evening.