British Prime Minister Boris Johnson sent “the best of luck” to England on Sunday for the final of the European Championship to be played tonight against Italy at London’s Wembley Stadium.
“Best of luck for England tonight. So far it has been an incredible journey, but we all hope that you can take another step and bring (football) home tonight,” said the head of the Government in a video recorded in your Twitter account.
In the images, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom speaks in a garden and behind it you can see many English flags hanging.
This is the first time that England have reached a final in a major international soccer tournament since they won the World Cup in 1966.