World Cup: Beers, tears, cheers as England reach semi-finals

People erupted in celebration and the beer went flying as England reached the World Cup semi-finals for the first time in 28 years on Saturday, AFP reports. At Flat Iron Square in London, the party began with beer showers and chants of “Football’s coming home” after the 2-0 win over Sweden. Friends jumped on one […]


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