Watch BBC and ITV pundits join in as England fans sing stunning Sweet Caroline rendition before Euro 2020 final vs Italy
BBC and ITV pundits united with England fans as one for a stunning rendition of Sweet Caroline before the Euro 2020 final.
The Three Lions fans have belted out the 1969 hit by American singer-songwriter Neil Diamond before and after their games.
The England players even joined their fans in a rousing rendition of the song following Wednesday's extra-time win over Denmark.
And this time it was the pundits' turn to join the boisterous celebrations as 'Sweet Caroline' belted out around Wembley before kick-off.
Supporters watching at home were sent wild by Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer, and Rio Ferdinand singing along, as one tweeted: "Love this!"
Another wrote: "Love it! Well done fellas!", while a third added: "Love the excitement in the studio."
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The ITV team meanwhile recently spoke about how much they love the song, with Roy Keane telling a tale of a row he had with a woman at a Diamond concert.
And Ian Wright proved he had just as good a voice as his BBC counterparts as he spread his arms wide to yell the iconic tune.
Luke Shaw then gave the whole country a reason to break into song as he scored just minutes against Italy.
The left-back got England off to the perfect start in the Euro 2020 final with a goal on the eve of his 26th birthday.
Harry Kane found Kieran Trippier in acres of space on the right-wing.
Kyle Walker darted forward 40 yards to draw a defender away.
And Trippier's teasing cross found Shaw – whose fantastic work at the other end of the pitch led to the goal.
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