Naked England fan runs through streets to celebrate team’s historic Germany win

A naked England fan shocked unsuspecting passersby in a town centre after the team's historic victory.

Thousands of footie fans will remember where they were when they witnessed England's 2-0 win over Germany in Euro 2020.

But not as much as innocent residents in Goole, Yorkshire on Tuesday night after an England fan was spotted running along a town centre street in nothing but a black pair of trainers.

A video later surfaced on Twitter of a car following the naked fan with the classic 'Three Lions' tune blaring out.

One resident told the HullDailyMail: "I just couldn't believe it. It came out of nowhere and cars were following him, shouting something about England."

It is not known if it was a forfeit for a lost bet, or just a spur of the moment celebration.

The Euros match brought goals from Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane in a solid performance which has lifted the mood of the nation.

England has never beaten Germany since the 1966 cup final victory and it meant a hoodoo was lifted from the side's shoulders.

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The team will now focus on their next opposition Ukraine who neat Sweden 2-1 before a trip to Rome, Italy in the quarter-finals.

Apart from those who were lucky to get a ticket the game also attracted huge TV audiences

BBC say the London game attracted a peak TV audience of 20.6m and 80.1% of viewers available at that time.

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It was a memorable evening at Wembley Stadium and pulled in 3.5m live streams for the match across BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport combined.

The naked man has not been identified, but no-one appears to have been contacted police about his barefaced antics.

Humberside Police said nothing had been recorded to them about the incident.

A spokeswoman said: "As far as I can see from our logs the incident has not been reported to us."

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