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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Exclusive – Neil Diamond gets behind England after fans adopt ‘Sweet Caroline'” – below is their description.
Neil Diamond has told The Telegraph how “thrilled” he was that England fans were singing his famous ‘Sweet Caroline’ song at Wembley.
“Well, I hope you can do it again – here’s to England”, he told The Telegraph.
The 1969 song has featured in every England victory celebration at Euro 2020 and was a high point of celebrations after the team beat Germany 2 – 0 in the round of 16.
Striker Harry Kane and coach Gareth Southgate both told the media how much they enjoyed hearing fans belt out the song in unison.
Read more here: ttps://www.telegraph.co.uk/music/news/did-sweet-caroline-become-worlds-favourite-sporting-anthem/
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