ENGLAND fans at Wembley reacted with sheer delight after Bukayo Saka found the back of the net in their World Cup qualifier against Andorra.
The Arsenal winger bagged the final goal in The Three Lions' 4-0 rout of the Andorrans at Wembley on Sunday.
Saka, 20, headed home a Jesse Lingard cross in the 85th minute past a despairing Josep Gomes.
And supporters in attendance gave the Gunners ace – who was celebrating his birthday – the loudest cheer of the match after he found the back of the net.
Saka was subjected to vile racist abuse after missing the crucial penalty in England's Euro 2020 final defeat to Italy.
But footie fans up and down the country rallied around the youngster, who was heartbroken after missing in the shootout.
Saka was the picture of joy after finding the back of the net, smiling like a Cheshire cat as he embraced his team-mates.
In his post-match interview, the Arsenal academy product said: "I am really happy with the win and I can celebrate my birthday now.
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"I am really happy with the reception I got, it made me want to give my all
'It means a lot, it made a difference to me, I can hear so many fans cheer my name, it's nice.
"This is what I dreamed about to play at Wembley in front of a full crowd and score on my birthday."
England boss Gareth Southgate was over the moon with the Arsenal man's goal, smiling with delight after seeing him head home.
Fans watching the game at home were over the moon to see Saka get his name on the scoresheet.
One tweeted: "He deserved his goal."
Another said: "So happy for the boy."
And another said: "So happy for Saka. Deserves it."
One remarked: "Big up Bukayo Saka. Buzzing he's got a goal."
After the match, an elated Saka gave his shirt No.11 shirt to a lucky fan.
Footie fans immediately took to Twitter to praise the forward's act of kindness, with one saying: "Oh my god Saka gives his shirt to his fans."
Another said: "I'm so touched when Saka gave his shirt to the supporter."
England's destruction of the Andorrans saw them maintain their 100 per cent start to their World Cup qualifying campaign.
Southgate's troops have 12 points to their name following their first four fixtures, in which they've scored 13 goals and conceded one.
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