England's victory over Sweden seen by 20m fans

  • England's victory over Sweden seen by 20m fans

England's victory over Sweden seen by 20m fans

"We're delighted with the result, but this has put a big dampener on the celebrations for us: while our officer attended a call nearby, this vehicle was damaged in Borough High Street during the celebrations after the game - it's now off the road to be repaired", the service said.

One person said: "I feel the behaviour is in itself shameful, however unintended".

London Ambulance Service published images of the damage to the vehicle.

In the Ikea store in Stratford, east London, football fans were seen jumping on beds and kicking around products.

Emergency services urged people to share photos on social media to help them find people who damaged the vehicle.

Scenes of jubilation could be seen in pubs and bars throughout Peterborough on Saturday as England beat Sweden to progress to the World Cup semi-final.

During the match, videos on social media showed people on planes, at airports and even at weddings live-streaming the match on their phones.

Yesterday's match was held on the same weekend as the London Pride Parade, Wireless Festival and the British Summertime festival in Hyde Park.

More than 30 million people are expected to have tuned into the England v Sweden semi final on BBC1 and 23.8 million are expected to have watched Croatia beat Russian Federation on penalties last night.

In Nottingham, supporters were seen dancing on top of a bus shelter and a taxi driver's auto.

The poor cabbie was left "traumatised" as crowds started chanting 'Where's your taxi gone?', as the bloke climbed up onto the grey saloon auto in Nottingham, East Midlands, and plunged through the shattered roof.

Supporters were also seen climbing bus stops in the city.

In a tweet, London Ambulance Service said: "We're delighted with the result, but this has put a big dampener on the celebrations for us. We are better than this England".

Gareth Southgate's team will now play Croatia on Wednesday for a place in the World Cup final.

Like those who chose to trash the display area of an IKEA store after the win over Sweden.