Southgate hails Pickford as the 'prototype' of a modern goalkeeper

Southgate hails Pickford as the 'prototype' of a modern goalkeeper

Almost 20 million viewers tuned in for the win over Sweden and social media is awash with videos of excited fans watching on big screens in bars and parks, fanatically celebrating every England goal.

The driver can be heard asking the man 'Why are you doing this?' as the shirtless man carried on, his face covered with black sunglasses and a black t-shirt.

Crowds chant 'where's your taxi gone?' as the lad plunges through the shattered roof of the vehicle belonging to cab firm Nottingham Cars.

Operations manager Tony Vaccoli said today: 'The driver had just dropped off a passenger in Market Square.

"He was in the auto at the time but he jumped out because he was scared".

"He has been left traumatised by it".

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"All we know at this point is that one person has been arrested".

Elsewhere in the country, fans caused further damage amid celebrations.

"We want people to enjoy this momentous occasion but safely and with respect for others".

England fans have been criticised for their "disgraceful" behaviour following their team's quarter-final victory at the World Cup on Sunday, as one police force received a record-breaking number of 999 calls in 24 hours.

WMP said that the spike in calls was down to a combination of scorching summer temperatures, the World Cup and alcohol.

Having taken a whopping 11 penalties since the start of the tournament, the England camp will no doubt have been keeping a close eye out and could just be another Powerade bottle from a first World Cup final in 52 years.

'At New Year we usually get around 1,800 calls - 600 of which are to 999. We want to be here until the end.

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