Viral England fan danced to Sweet Caroline after Lionesses' win says England can win

A young England fan who captured the hearts of the nation with her joyful celebration is hoping to roar the Lionesses on to Euros success in the final on Wembley.

Tess Dolan, eight, warmed the hearts of millions of TV viewers when cameras caught her singing and dancing to victory anthem Sweet Caroline after England smashed Sweden 4-0 at Bramhall Lane.

Now the footy-mad youngster hopes to be at Wembley on Sunday when Sarina Wiegman's side take on the winners of France vs Germany.

And while she insists she 'can't predict the future', Tess said: "I have a lot of faith in them to win. I feel like they have a big chance of beating either of them.

"We haven't got tickets but I would love to go."

Tess, of Knaresborough, North Yorks., was among the 28,000 frenzied fans inside Bramhall Lane to cheer England to victory on Tuesday night.

But despite a dominant performance on the pitch - including a cheeky 68th-minute back-heel by her favourite player Alessio Russo - Tess was the real star of the show.

As England gaffer Wiegman conducted her post-match interview with a tv reporter, cameras panned to the crowd and showed Tess's now-iconic dance moves.

Within minutes, her mum Sam Dolan's phone was 'going mental' from pals who had seen the clip on tv and across social media, where it quickly went viral.

Such was the popularity of the clip, she appeared on breakfast tv this morning (Wed) where she was interviewed by England and Arsenal legend Ian Wright.

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