‘Top team performance!’ Prince William hails England’s 4-0 victory at Euros quarter final

Prince William ecstatic as England score at Euro 2020

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The Duke of Cambridge praised the team’s “top performance” after the Three Lions pulled off a stunning 4-0 win over Ukraine. The victory on Saturday means the England team will progress to the semi final of the football tournament.

England’s next match will take place on Wednesday at Wembley Stadium in London where the team will fight for a place in the final.

The much anticipated semi-final match on British turf will be against Denmark.

On Saturday evening, Prince William took to Twitter to celebrate the tremendous victory.

He wrote: “Another top team performance and clean sheet from England tonight. #Three Lions.”

He continued: “Well played to Ukraine. Can’t wait for Wednesdays semi final! Onwards.”

He finished by signing the tweet with “W” and a fist bump emoji.

Prince William attended England’s previous match against Germany earlier in the week where the Three Lions team won a 2-0 victory.

He was also joined at the Wembley stadium by his wife, Kate Middleton, and his eldest son, Prince George.

Kensington Palace has not yet confirmed whether the family will attend the semi final on Wednesday, however, fans are hoping to see Prince William and Prince George in attendance, who some fans believe to be a good luck charm.

Responding to Prince William’s tweet, one royal fan said: “We need Prince George at that semi-final – our little good luck charm!!”

A second fan said: “We need our England mascot #PrinceGeorge at Wembley.”

Another wrote: “Amazing game!!! So thrilling!!! Hope we see you and Prince George at the match Wednesday!”

Others simply reaffirmed England’s motto: “It’s Coming Home!”

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Prince William is the current President of the Football Association, having taken over from the Duke of York in 2006.

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