Adele and Ed Sheeran cheer England to victory in Euros semi final against the Netherlands as singers go wild at last minute goal

Adele and Ed Sheeran cheered England to victory from the stands at the Euros semi-final in Dortmund, Germany on Wednesday evening.

The Hello hitmaker, 36, looked tense before kick off as she showed her support to the Three Lions who won 2-1 against Netherlands to secure a place in the final.

The singer clasped her hands together nervously ahead of kick off as she kept her outfit simple with a black jacket and white T-shirt. 

Keeping her usual glam appearance despite looking focused, she wore her full face of makeup for the sporting event, while her blonde locks looked freshly blow dried. 

She wasn’t the only chart topper to attend the match as Ed Sheeran was also seen in the crowds donning a red England top before the teams spectacular win. 

Adele looked focused as she nervously clasped her hands together in the stands ahead of England’s Euros semi final against the Netherlands in Dortmund, Germany on Wednesday evening

She wasn't the only chart topper to attend the match as Ed Sheeran was also seen in the crowds donning a red England top

She wasn’t the only chart topper to attend the match as Ed Sheeran was also seen in the crowds donning a red England top

England fans erupted into a frenzy after substitute Ollie Watkins dramatically clinched a winner for the Three Lions with just seconds to go before extra time..

Ollie buried a stunning strike into the bottom left corner in the 90th minute to send Gareth Southgate’s men into Sunday’s final against Spain in Berlin.

The striker had replaced captain Harry Kane, who had earlier equalised for England with a penalty in the first-half – cancelling out Xavi Simons’ wonderstrike after just seven minutes.

Watching the match ahead of the win, Ed looked in better spirits as he smiled while chatting with his friends in a navy and white baseball cap. 

Rio Ferdinand was also seen standing in the row behind Adele as he prepared for the all important match. 

Adele will be in Germany throughout August for her series of open air concerts in Munich as she takes a break from her Las Vegas residency. 

The star was also seen reacting to the first goal scored by Harry Kane as she leapt into the air excitedly as they levelled with the Netherlands, who scored in the early minutes of the match.  

Olly Murs watched the match from Box Park at Wembley in London as he cheered on England from the home country. 

The singer looked overjoyed after England scored as he wore a blue England top and sheltered from the rain with a poncho.  

Meanwhile Jordan Pickford’s glamorous wife Megan led the way ahead of England’s kick-off this evening as she took to the stands once again in support of her famous husband. 

Wearing an England top teamed with a glamorous white and blue blazer and skirt combo, she was joined by the likes of Love Island’s Dani Dyer – girlfriend of Jarrod Bowen – and Aine Kennedy, Conor Gallagher’s partner. 

Earlier, the goalkeeper’s wife shared a snap to her social media account showing she was ready for the game in her England top. 

The singer clasped her hands together nervously ahead of kick off as she kept her outfit simple with a black jacket and white T-shirt

 The singer clasped her hands together nervously ahead of kick off as she kept her outfit simple with a black jacket and white T-shirt

Ed looked in better spirits as he smiled while chatting with his friends in a navy and white baseball cap

Ed looked in better spirits as he smiled while chatting with his friends in a navy and white baseball cap

Olly Murs looked overjoyed after England scored a goal

Olly Murs looked overjoyed after England scored a goal

The singer watched the match from BOX Park at Wembley in London alongside fellow England supporters

The singer watched the match from BOX Park at Wembley in London alongside fellow England supporters 

Keeping her usual glam appearance, she wore her full face of makeup for the sporting event, while her blonde locks looked freshly blow dried

Keeping her usual glam appearance, she wore her full face of makeup for the sporting event, while her blonde locks looked freshly blow dried

Ed shared a cheeky selfie with Wayne Lineker as the Ibiza club owner joked: 'Look who I¿m sitting next to'

Ed shared a cheeky selfie with Wayne Lineker as the Ibiza club owner joked: ‘Look who I’m sitting next to’

Ed smiled as he stood with his arms friend around him

Ed smiled as he stood with his arms friend around him 

Ed watched intently as England took to the pitch for the semi final game

Rio Ferdinand was also seen standing in the row behind Adele as he prepared for the all important match

She accessorised her look with some chunky gold earrings and matching ring while donning her usual winged eyeliner

She accessorised her look with some chunky gold earrings and matching ring while donning her usual winged eyeliner

Keeping to her on-theme colour scheme, the stunning WAG opted for blue patterned shoes, teamed with an eye-catching red handbag.

‘Please don’t take me home @jpickford1,’ she captioned the post, alongside several heart emojis.

She wasn’t the only partner showcasing their support ahead of England’s semi-final match against The Netherlands in Germany. Ellie Alderson, partner of England player Ollie Watkins, took to her Instagram to cheer on the squad.

She posted selfies showing off her sporty football top in support of the team ahead of tonight’s game, which kicks off at 8pm.

Posing in front of a mirror in one of her snaps, the radiant partner teamed her cropped T-shirt with white jeans and matching sandals.

Finishing her look off with a smattering of glamorous makeup, she opted for stylish sunglasses and a fashionable handbag. 2

Captain Harry Kane’s wife Kate Goodland also posted a photo to her Instagram account with the caption: ‘Come on England!!’

Smiling for the camera, the stunning mother-of-four sported an England shirt, teamed with an eye-catching silver necklace featuring a heart shaped pendant.

It comes as England football fans are preparing to cheer on the team tonight in their crunch Euro 2024 semi-final match against the Netherlands as they try to make history.

Some 40,000 Three Lions supporters are in Dortmund for the game which kicks off at 8pm as England play their third semi-final in the past four major tournaments.

Millions more will be watching back home on TV with 28million people expected to tune into ITV’s coverage and an estimated 35million pints set to be poured.

Salma Hayek also shared her support with a throwback snap of herself in an England top as she wrote: 'Go England!!!!'

Salma Hayek also shared her support with a throwback snap of herself in an England top as she wrote: ‘Go England!!!!’

Kate Beckinsale slipped into tiny denim shorts and an England shirt as she shared snaps supporting the Three Lions

Kate Beckinsale slipped into tiny denim shorts and an England shirt as she shared snaps supporting the Three Lions 

Kate showed off her long legs in the outfit which she completed with chunky black boots and a large bow in her hair

Kate showed off her long legs in the outfit which she completed with chunky black boots and a large bow in her hair 

She penned in her caption: 'Good luck England!' as she got ready to cheer on the Three Lions tonight

 She penned in her caption: ‘Good luck England!’ as she got ready to cheer on the Three Lions tonight

Ed joines some 40,000 Three Lions supporters are in Dortmund for the game which kicks off at 8pm as England play their third semi-final in the past four major tournaments

Ed joines some 40,000 Three Lions supporters are in Dortmund for the game which kicks off at 8pm as England play their third semi-final in the past four major tournaments

England were given an official allocation of just 7,255 at the 81,365-capacity stadium, with tickets now selling on resale websites for anywhere between £385 and £8,000

England were given an official allocation of just 7,255 at the 81,365-capacity stadium, with tickets now selling on resale websites for anywhere between £385 and £8,000

Adele fanned herself as she watched the match with her drink

Adele fanned herself as she watched the match with her drink 

Jordan Pickford's glamorous wife Megan led the way ahead of England's kick-off this evening

Jordan Pickford’s glamorous wife Megan led the way ahead of England’s kick-off this evening

Wearing an England top teamed with a glamorous white and blue blazer and skirt combo, Megan was more than ready to support her goalkeeper husband

Wearing an England top teamed with a glamorous white and blue blazer and skirt combo, Megan was more than ready to support her goalkeeper husband

Love Island's Dani Dyer was also dressed in England colours to support her boyfriend Jarrod Bowen

Love Island’s Dani Dyer was also dressed in England colours to support her boyfriend Jarrod Bowen

Captain Harry Kane's wife Kate Goodland (pictured) posted a photo to her Instagram account with the caption: 'Come on England!!'

Captain Harry Kane’s wife Kate Goodland (pictured) posted a photo to her Instagram account with the caption: ‘Come on England!!’

Ellie Alderson, partner of England player Ollie Watkins, took to her Instagram to cheer on the squad

 Ellie Alderson, partner of England player Ollie Watkins, took to her Instagram to cheer on the squad

England fans can be seen chanting, with beers in hand in Dortmund alongside Josie Gibson

England fans can be seen chanting, with beers in hand in Dortmund alongside Josie Gibson 

The revelry will continue should the team make it through to Sunday’s final against Spain in Berlin, with Tesco announcing it will close all its Express supermarket stores in England early to let staff watch the match should they win tonight.

England were given an official allocation of just 7,255 at the 81,365-capacity stadium, with tickets now selling on resale websites for anywhere between £385 and £8,000.

And EasyJet said its pilots will provide passengers with the latest score in tonight’s match, which will be sent to the flight deck on messages sent from ground stations.

England could reach a second successive Euros final after topping their group in unconvincing fashion; scraping through against Slovakia after a late Jude Bellingham strike in the last 16; then beating Switzerland on penalties in the quarter-finals.

Britain’s pubs are set for a multi-million pound bonanza from fans who are watching at home.

Landlords expect to pull an extra eight million pints from the pre-match build up to the final whistle.

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