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Jordan Henderson Was A Complete Fanboy When England's Second Goal Went In, Cameras Caught His Reaction

Daniel Marland


Jordan Henderson Was A Complete Fanboy When England's Second Goal Went In, Cameras Caught His Reaction

Jordan Henderson's reaction to Harry Kane scoring moments before he came on in England's 2-0 win over Germany has gone viral.

Kane scored England's second on Tuesday evening to seal a place in the quarter-finals of Euro 2020.


Fans inside Wembley lost their minds and the celebrations on the pitch were also complete chaos.

Liverpool captain Henderson was waiting to come on as a substitute and watched all the action unfold from the touchline.

Henderson can be seen barking instructions to his teammates and as soon as Kane's header goes in, he goes crazy.

Incredible scenes. The 31-year-old couldn't help but give manager Gareth Southgate a massive hug.

Henderson eventually replaced Declan Rice with minutes to spare and just had to help his side see the game out.

Fans have reacted to his celebrations and they know exactly how he felt.

England will now face Ukraine on Saturday night and it means there isn't a long time to prepare.

Southgate spoke post-match and admitted his side can't be complement.

"I think the players were immense right the way through the team," Southgate said per The Guardian. "To know so many millions of people after such a difficult year at home can have that enjoyment is very special.

When we got in the dressing room we were talking about Saturday. Today was immense. But emotionally and physically there is a cost.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

"It's a dangerous moment for us. The warmth of success, the feeling we only have to turn up to win the thing, we know it's going to be an immense challenge. The players know that.

"They should feel confident from the way they've played. We came here with an intention and we've not achieved that yet.

"I'm just thinking about Saturday. It was lovely to be on the side to see the second goal go in. It was a really special moment. We've not achieved what we want to achieve yet. We can look back on today in the future. I want to get Saturday right."

Featured Image Credit: UEFA/Twitter

Topics: Football, Euro 2020, England, Germany, Jordan Henderson

Daniel Marland
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