Jubilant football fans took to the streets last night (Saturday, July 3) after England thrashed Ukraine 4-0 in their Euros quarter final match to send national team through to the semi finals.

In London fans lined the streets and scaled monuments long into the night as renditions of The Lightning Seeds 1996 classic 'Three Lions' and the 'It's Coming Home' refrain rang out.

Thousands of supporters gathered in central London and some climbed on to the Shaftesbury memorial fountain in Piccadilly Circus, waving the St George flag.

Cars up and down the capital drove past the ecstatic fans beeping their horns in approval and celebration.

One woman was seen by the PA news agency being treated by paramedics at a tube station entrance nearby with what appeared to be a minor head injury on Saturday night.

Hundreds of fans also gathered in Leicester Square near the Hippodrome Casino, where they continued to party in the street.

Hamza Bharuchi, 23, from London told PA that he felt the game was “terrific”.

He said: "I don’t like Gareth Southgate but I feel like he put on a good performance. I 100 per cent think we have the chance to win the cup. Denmark are a tricky opponent but after that – of course I want England to win.”

Hamza added that he thought Harry Kane was “on fire” during the game. He said: “I think people are going to start to forget about his miss against Germany.”

Trevor Harris, 40, from Watford told PA: “It’s coming home. You can hear everyone chanting it. England is England and it’s about time we actually started playing.”

The euphoric celebrations followed a comprehensive 4-0 win over Ukraine in Rome featuring goals from Harry Kane, Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson.

The quarter final victory puts Gareth Southgate's men just two wins away from winning the championships, with all remaining games to be played at Wembley.

Next up is a semi-final clash versus Denmark on Wednesday (July 7), who are riding their own wave of momentum after their talisman Christian Erikkson survived a cardiac arrest earlier in the tournament.

The winner of that match will play either Italy or Spain in the final, who face off in the other semi final on Tuesday.