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England wins the social media World Cup

Three Lions returns to the charts ahead of England's World Cup match with Sweden Three Lions is back in the charts
Adrian Cunningham | 10 July, 2018, 05:11

There's been some vaguely annoying fake news spread about the place regarding the England football team's official song for Euro '96 and World Cup '98. It's only right that Three Lions is number one on the chart.

Multiple social media platforms are overflowing with memes, fan made videos, and tweets from England fans, cheering for their favorite team.

But what's that tune I can hear England fans singing during this World Cup?

As England have at last got past the hurdle of the first knockout round - for the first time since 2006 - supporters are scenting the possibility of an extended stay in Russian Federation.

This was the beginning of the recent successes for England.

"For me, Uruguay have been excellent, I like Belgium, but I think it will be a Croatia, England semi-final, and then if England get though I fancy them, I really fancy them".

If anybody's going to accurately gauge whether football is coming home or not, it's got to be Baddiel and Skinner themselves.

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Manchester City prodigy Philip Foden earned the Golden Ball award and Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster ended as the Golden Boot with eight goals in seven games.

"Sometimes it's hard to break a team down, so if you win 1-0, if they had won the game 1-0 (against Colombia), it wasn't a classic in any way".

Now is the time to shine for the senior team.

The players, too, shared their excitement with skipper Harry Kane leading the chants. However, he is not the only individual talent on this roster.

"This is a big moment and the whole country & more are behind our guys..."

But the most impressive has to be keeper Jordan Pickford.

It's February 2001 and England have just appointed Sven-Goran Eriksson as their manager after yet another dismal performance at a major football championships. And they're only two wins away from achieving ultimate footballing glory.