WORKINGTON Red's fans made their way down to on Tuesday to watch the Lion's beat Germany in a spectacular 2-0 show.

The game against Germany was he first time England have beat the side in a high profile international tournament since 1966.

Callum Sutton, Liam Irving,Dan Mcminn, Kieran Irving and Callum Holliday, who all regularly travel to watch the Reds at home and away went down to London to cheer on the Lions.

Liam Irving told Workington Red's website: "It was brilliant and the atmosphere generated by the 42,000 fans in the ground was far better than had there been a full house at the ground."

He added that being there when England beat Germany was a "I was there moment."

England now take on Ukraine in Rome in the quarter final of Euro 2020 having beaten Germany. Fans will be watching at venues and homes across Cumbria.

Cumbria police are warning fans ahead of tonight's match to enjoy themselves but to also be respectful of others around them.

Police said officers would be deployed across the county in line with demand and would be working venues to maintain order.

A spokeswoman said: “Euro 2020 has seen England progress to the quarter-finals, and quite rightly, people have been enjoying the matches.

“As a nation, we are passionate about supporting our teams in major sporting tournaments and the Euros are no different.

“We want to thank all our community for their ongoing support in enjoying the tournament responsibly.

“Yes, across Cumbria, there have been a small number of incidents, that may have occurred from a person’s response to a game, resulting in heightened negative emotions.

“However, as a community, the response has been overwhelmingly positive.

“I would like to reassure the community that any crime is unacceptable, will not be tolerated, and we will pursue those responsible and hold them to account.”

Police said officers will be ‘strategically deployed in line with demand this weekend’, but ‘their deployment remains flexible to local issues’.