There were jubilant scenes on the streets of Cumbria this week as fans of the Three Lions celebrated reaching a first tournament final since 1966.

Courtesy of an extra time winner from captain Harry Kane, Gareth Southgate’s side cleared their toughest hurdle of the tournament so far and, in doing so, sent fans across the county’s bars into rapturous celebration.

In pubs and bars across the region, fans gathered in the street to hail the achievements of Raheem Sterling, Harry Maguire et al with England now set to face Italy at Wembley on Sunday.

The fixture will be England’s first ever European Championships final as Harry Kane set out to be the first captain to a title since Bobby Moore.

Will we see even bigger scenes than this if Southgate’s team can beat Roberto Mancini’s Italy in the showpiece at the national stadium?

There is no doubt that the upcoming final stands as the national team’s biggest game since Geoff Hurst’s hat-trick sent England on their way to Jules Rimet glory at Wembley in 1966.

If you do spot yourself, do make sure to let us know your recollections from an historic night for the city and the country.