London ambulance damaged as England fans celebrate World Cup quarter-final win

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Responding to the video, an IKEA spokesperson said: "We are aware of a small group of fans celebrating the match result in one of our stores".

Meanwhile at an Ikea in east London, fans marauded through the shop bouncing on beds in an apparent effort to celebrate at the expense of the Swedish furniture shop.

After cars and property were damaged following England's 2-0 win over Sweden on Saturday, people are rallying round to help foot the fix bill.

With both of Croatia's knockout games heading to the spot already, there's a high probability that Wednesday's semi-final could go the distance, but England need not fear because Pickford has a plan.

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.

Supporters were also seen climbing bus stops in the city.

There was a little too much enthusiasm in one area of London, however, where revellers jumped on an ambulance vehicle, causing enough damage for it to be taken out of service for repairs.

Millwall fans are collecting for the London Ambulance Service after a vehicle was damaged by people dancing on it.

Fans had descended at Clapham Junction and were clapping and cheering when the man chose to climb on top of the bus.

Nearly 20 million people in Britain watched England reach the Soccer World Cup semi-finals on television, viewing figures showed on Sunday, not accounting for the many more who watched in pubs. If they win, they will play either France or Belgium in the final, held on Sunday July 15.

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