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England published this video item, entitled “FANS ARE BACK! 🔊 Hear The Crowd Roar As Saka Scores In Pre-EURO 2020 Warm-Up | Pitchside” – below is their description.
Go pitchside at the Riverside Stadium as Bukayo Saka scored his first goal for the Three Lions, helping England beat Austria in a pre-EURO 2020 warm-up match.
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