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At least three people have been arrested at Wembley during England's historic 2-0 Euro 2020 win over Germany on Tuesday, according to the Metropolitan Police.

Met Police Events tweeted: "As of 19:10hrs, 3 people have been arrested at Wembley Stadium as part of our policing operation during the #England vs #Germany game – one male for racially aggravated common assault, and two males for fraud by false representation."

Earlier the force said: "A Section 35 dispersal order has been put in Soho and the immediate West End area to mitigate any crime or anti-social behaviour experienced in the vicinity of late due to increased footfall, particularly at the time of easing of lockdown restrictions."

Meanwhile, England fans have been going wild in the wake of Three Lions' historic victory at the north west London stadium.

Raheem Sterling and skipper Harry Kane's second half goals won Gareth Southgate's squad a quarter-finals place.

Supporters are now roaring 'Football is Coming Home' across the country.

England will face either Ukraine or Sweden in the quarter finals on Saturday night in Rome.

Football pundit Ian Wright said "what a time to be alive".

Rio Ferdinand added: "We haven't beaten Germany like this, we've got rid of that.

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"This will live on forever with these guys, in their memories.

"These guys are playing for their manager and you can see that."

Gary Lineker said in Wembley: "The atmosphere in here, it's something to behold."

Jermaine Jenas, former England midfielder said: "You know what, you've got to be really proud of the players. It's a huge, huge moment for Gareth Southgate.

"The players have to go out there and deliver in such a pressurized situation they put a game plan together and stuck to it, and to a man they were absolutely brilliant.

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Harry Kane said in a post-match interview: "It's an amazing day, amazing game, to hear Wembley like this was a moment none of us will ever forget. It's just the perfect afternoon.""

Pictures show Prince William, Kate Middleton and David Beckham smiling as they rose to give applause to the victorious Three Lions.

In post-match interviews, Raheem Sterling said there was no team England feared going forwards in the tournament.

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He said: "Nah, we take it game by game, we'll go away recover and get focused for the next one."

He added: "All round great team performance.

"I celebrated and for half a second I thought let it not be offside and I was really happy it went in."

Alan Shearer added: "England will never never ever have a better opportunity to win in the Euros than they have in this now.

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"You cannot ask for anymore than that, with an atmosphere like this."

A smiling Declan Rice said: "Today we created our own bit of history."

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