An England star gave a young fan in the crowd his shirt - prompting a hysterical and totally relatable reaction
- England's Mason Mount made a young fan's day after his side's victory over Denmark at Euro 2020.
- The midfielder gave a young fan in the crowd his shirt, prompting a hysterical, yet sweet, reaction.
- The girl screamed and cried before hugging her father while grasping the shirt.
England midfielder Mason Mount made a young fan's day by giving her his shirt after the Three Lions booked a place in the final of Euro 2020.
England beat Denmark 2-1 at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday to reach its first major tournament final in 55 years, with Harry Kane scoring the winning goal in extra-time.
As the players headed over to the fans to celebrate after the final whistle, Mount spotted a young girl named Belle in the crowd and pointed at her.
He then gave her his match shirt - prompting a hysterical, yet extremely sweet, reaction, with the girl crying and hugging her father while grasping the shirt.
Mount smiled as he walked off as he was cheered by the surrounding fans for his gesture.
-England (@England) July 8, 2021
The girl had been featured in a TV news report just before the match, in which she predicted a 3-0 win for Mount and his teammates.
-ITV News (@itvnews) July 8, 2021
England went behind to Denmark at Wembley courtesy of a stunning free-kick goal - the first of the whole tournament - from Mikel Damsgaard.
Gareth Southgate's side equalized just nine minutes later however as Danish captain Simon Kjær put the ball into his own net.
With neither side unable to find a winner after the break, the tie went to extra-time, where Harry Kane scored the winner.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker had seen his penalty saved by Kasper Schmeichel, but fortunately the ball rebounded directly back off the Danish keeper and into his path for him to place into an empty net.
"The most pleasing thing is we've given the fans and nation a fantastic night and the journey carries on for another four days," said manager Southgate after the match.
"We've got to enjoy the fact we're in the final but there's one more massive hurdle to conquer."
England faces Italy in the final at Wembley on Sunday, July 11.
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