England forward, Dominic Calvert-Lewin has revealed that the team will bank on Wembley fans to help the Three Lions overcome Germany in Tuesday’s titanic round of 16 Euro 2020 clash.
Calvert-Lewin in an interview with per the Evening Standard, stated that playing in front of a 45,000 capacity will help propel the team to victory.
He said; “It’s an unbelievable feeling,” said Calvert-Lewin, when asked by reporters about playing in front of fans, per the Evening Standard.
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“My first experience of playing for England with fans was in the friendly up in Middlesbrough and that was the first time I heard the national anthem as a player, and got to sing the national anthem as a player with fans in the stadium.
“It gave me goosebumps. 40,000-odd are going to be in there [against Germany] and it is going to make a massive difference.
“I think it gives you that extra boost and it just a very proud moment.”