No matter where you were in England last night, were betting you went to sleep with shouts from outside echoing: Footballs coming home.
England have made it to the quarter-finals of the 2018 World Cup after a nail-biting game against Colombia, which culminated in penalties – and the Three Lions won on penalties for the first time ever in the tournament.
And, needless to say, the country lost its s***.
David Baddiel and Frank Skinner were watching the match in Franks house – complete with the World Cup wall chart behind them, natch – and shared their celebration post-penalties on Twitter.
Baddiel, 54, tweeted a picture of himself and Frank punching the air and grinning wildly, with the caption: Its just about still coming home.
Followers and fans thanked the duo for keeping the nations hopes alive, with The Late Late Show producer Ben Winston writing: This photo has given people so much joy. The two of you represent so much to so many of us. Love it.
Baddiel and Skinner teamed up with the Lightning Seeds in 1996 for the official England song ahead of the Euros, producing the now-classic Three Lions.
The song reached number one, as did the tweaked 98 version for the 1998 World Cup campaign.
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Despite not being re-released this year, its become the anthem of this years World Cup – with even Jesse Lingard giving the lyrics a nod post-match.
England will now take on Sweden this Saturday for a chance to proceed to the semi-final, where they will take on either Russia or Croatia.
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