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Ian Wright and Emma Hayes' reaction to England's equaliser was captured in brilliant footage by ITV during their Euro 2020 semi-final.
The Three Lions are into extra time against Denmark after battling to a 1-1 draw at Wembley before Harry Kane got to the rebound of his penalty to get the lead in the first half of extra time.
Gareth Southgate's side were put under press after half an hour when Mikkel Damsgaard scored a stunning free kick from the edge of the penalty box.
But England were back on level terms after just eight minutes as an end-to-end move saw Raheem Sterling burst into the box for captain Kane's low cross.
While Denmark captain Simon Kjaer got there first, the AC Milan star ended up putting it into his own net for the equaliser.
Most of the 66,000 in attendance at Wembley went wild – and among them were ITV pundits Wright and Hayes.
The former Arsenal forward and current Chelsea women's manager were filmed jumping around wildly on the temporary platform build for the broadcaster at the ground.
They then share a jumping hug before the manager turns to the camera, holds up her fists and yells in celebration.
The clip earned more than 125,000 views within an hour of being published on Twitter – and England fans were left in stiches.
"Gotta love the legend himself Wrighty," one supporter said.
While another commented: "Best reaction so far."
The prize for the winner of the semi-final is a shot at the Henri Delauney Trophy against Italy at Wembley on July 11.
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