SOUTHAMPTON streets have filled with celebrating football fans as England storms to victory.

England has reached the quarter-finals of Euro 2020 after beating Germany 2-0 in their last-16 match at Wembley.

Daily Echo: Fans outside Shenanigans in SouthamptonFans outside Shenanigans in Southampton

Fans in Southampton danced on tables and flooded the streets in celebration.

Chants of “football’s coming home” filled the air when the final whistle blew.

During the match, Andrew Smart, said: “I reckon it’s our year.”

Spending the evening in Shenanigans in Carlton Place, the 39-year-old carpenter warned the Belgium team was the one to watch out for.

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Meanwhile, Gary Langdon, 62, said: “I think the German defence is stronger than the English attack.

"They have done their homework."

Nonetheless, he predicted a 2-0 England win.

The former serviceman described football as "Like a game of chess on a great big lawn."