ENGLAND heroes jumped over the advertising hoardings at the Stadio Olimpico to greet fans after their victory against Ukraine.
Luke Shaw, Marcus Rashford, Jude Bellingham and Kieran Trippier all gave their shirts away as Gareth Southgate's side qualified for the semi-finals of Euro 2020.
England had a dream night in Rome, hammering Ukraine 4-0 thanks to a brace from captain Harry Kane.
There were also goals for Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson, with the latter scoring his first at international level.
And after the game, the team made their way to the England supporters in the ground.
Manchester United pair Shaw and Rashford chucked their shirts into a group of England fans – and so did Borussia Dortmund youngster Bellingham and Atletico Madrid star Trippier.
Shaw was excellent against Ukraine, setting up two to take his tournament tally to three assists.
Only Switzerland star Steven Zuber is ahead of him with four assists.
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Skipper Kane was given Uefa's Star of the Match award but SunSport's Star Man was Raheem Sterling after a tremendous performance.
Jadon Sancho was also impressive in his first start at a major tournament, with BBC Sport pundits praising the incoming United star's efforts.
There were concerns England fans wouldn't be at the Stadio Olimpico this evening due to Covid-19 restrictions – but thousands attended to inspire the team to victory.
The supporters hilariously sang 'Que sera sera, we're going to Wembley' – despite Gareth Southgate's side playing four of the their previous five tournament games in London.
Millions more cheered on England from home, with the players' wags throwing huge parties with their loved ones.
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