Fans in Blackpool celebrate England's win against Denmark for a place in the Euro 2020 final
Absolute scenes of jubilation at the Newton Arms as England's captain Harry Kane converted a rebounded penalty to make it 2-1 in their semi-final against Denmark in extra time.
There were a few thrilling moments and chances for the Three Lions to get back on top but fans had to settle for a further 30 minutes as the night and colder air set in.
Newton Arms manage Aaron Johnson a Liverpool fan looked on the happy scenes and commented: "Three years I've been building this pub for sport - these lot have been brilliant tonight."
The night has also raised a further couple of hundred pounds for local charity Headway Wyre and Fylde bringing their fundraising total to more than £1000 over the course of the tournament so far.
Representative Sam Ashcroft said the support from fans had been fantastic and added: "Aaron is our Headway angel."
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