Hundreds of England fans line streets as Three Lions travel to London for Euros Final

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Hundreds of people lined the streets to wave the England squad off after their final training session ahead of the Euro 2020 final.

Gareth Southgate and his coaching staff put the Three Lions squad through their paces at the St George's Park training camp on Saturday.

Phil Foden sat out the session with what Southgate has described as a "minor" injury.

The England squad then departed the Midlands for London, where they will stay overnight ahead of Sunday's final against Italy at Wembley.

The buses' route south was lined with fans cheering the players on, with footage shot from inside the bus featured a voice off camera saying “it’s coming home” and adding: “You [fans] are all the best!”

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Another voice says: “Wow... did that just happen?”

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