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He was celebrating along with the rest of the country as England reached a World Cup semi-final for the first time in 28 years on Saturday.
And by Sunday, ex England captain David Beckham was ready to chill out, kicking back in his pool with a glass of wine.
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Victoria shared a sizzling Instagram snap of her gorgeous husband, 43, as he laid out on a peacock pool inflatable.
The sportsman looked deep in thought as he reclined on the brightly coloured inflatable, showing off his rippling physique in a pair of tiny white shorts and a sun hat and shades.
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Flaunting his huge tattoo collection the former footballer topped up his tan with a glass of wine in his hand.
Victoria teased her husband about his cheerleader antics for the England squad, captioning the snap: 'He keeps telling me it’s coming home and I’m starting to believe him!! X'
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David led the celeb delight on social media after the Three Lions stormed to victory with a 2-0 win overSweden on Saturday afternoon.
David took to Instagram stories to share a video of him watching the match with a glass of wine in hand saying to the camera 'It's Coming Home.'
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The former football star also took a moment to pay reference to a bet he made with Swedish legend Zlatan Ibrahimović, sharing a mocked-up snap of the pair with the caption:
'Looks like someone's coming to Wembley again!'
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Meanwhile singer Cheryl took to Twitter following the game admitting she could hear endless cheers of delight from all areas surrounding her home, writing: 'The cheers I can hear outside coming from every direction is giving me chills!! #itscominghome'
From the joint account he shares with Ant McPartlin, Dec also tweeted 'Oof! #WorldCup2018 #England #WereOnTheBall #ItsCominHome,' referencing the World Cup single he recorded with Ant in 2002.
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