It’s coming home, it’s coming…
As England’s incredible World Cup campaign continues, huge screenings have been taking place all over the capital. And as you can imagine, the tension last night was off the charts.
At Boxpark in Croydon, it absolutely WENT OFF:
And at the Last Days of Shoreditch, it really was like the last days…
With jubilant scenes:
And even some car surfing:
In Camden, things got genuinely OUT OF HAND:
Won’t SOMEBODY think of the bus drivers?
At the Clapham Grand screenings there were ecstatic singalongs:
And in the streets, bus shelters were apparently climbed in celebration:
At Vauxhall Street Garden the scenes continued:
But it wasn’t all happy faces last night.
In Elephant and Castle, London’s Colombian community gathered to root for their side, at a cluster of small Latin American venues.
Flying their colours with pride.
Colombia’s equaliser in injury time caused havoc in the shopping centre:
And had local venues jumping:
But, it ended, of course, with heartbreak.
Commiserations, then, to England’s opponents, although sadly it was inevitable, as it’s widely understood that football, is, well…