Get a kick out of the reaction to the big win. Also, are we seeing double, or were there two balls on the pitch at the same time?
Liam Gallagher, lead singer of the band Oasis, was one of many to tweet the line after the victory.
Since England now moves on to play Italy, Italian fans had a twist on the slogan, arguing that, “It’s coming to Rome.”
It wouldn’t be soccer (er, football) without controversy, and this game had some too. Raheem Sterling of England drew a penalty on a foul that, USA Today notes, “really didn’t look like a foul at all.” That led to the hashtag #DivingHome.
There also appeared to be two balls on the pitch at the time of the controversial penalty. Whoops. Some fans pointed out that when this same thing happened later in the match, play was stopped, but that didn’t happen earlier.
“England invented football so they can do what they want apparently,” said one Twitter user.
The game was played in London, and some tweets suggested that Queen Elizabeth II was working some royal magic with VAR, aka video assistant referees.
There’ll be plenty more social reaction come Sunday, when England meets Italy at noonÂ PT at London’s Wembley Stadium.