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CCTV appeal after England fans damage taxi

10 July 2018

Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford has been one of the stars of England's superb run to the semi-final of this summers World Cup in Russian Federation, and Three Lions boss Gareth Sputhgate has been lavishing praise on the talented 24-year-old.

London Ambulance Service said there was "no excuse" for the vandalism which meant the auto was unable to respond to patients after suffering a smashed windscreen and dented bonnet.

London Ambulance Service tweeted out photos of the badly damaged ambulance.

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"This vehicle is now off the road and unable to respond to patients".

Now Millwall Supporters' Club want to raise £5,000 to help fix the emergency response vehicle and get it back on the road.

In one video widely shared online, jubilant football fans can be seen jumping on furniture and kicking items around an IKEA store in Stratford, London following England's win against Sweden.

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"We are better than this England".

Sweden lost 2-0 to England in the World Cup on Saturday afternoon, as the two sides battled for an unlikely place in the last four of the competition.

Having taken a whopping 11 penalties since the start of the tournament, the England camp will no doubt have been keeping a close eye out and could just be another Powerade bottle from a first World Cup final in 52 years.

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England manager Gareth Southgate says winning the World Cup would make his players even bigger heroes than the 1966 generation because of the impact of social media and the globalisation of football.

CCTV appeal after England fans damage taxi