World Cup 2018 in pictures: How the nation watched England v Sweden

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As England beat Sweden to reach the World Cup semi-finals, fans around the country settled in for a tense afternoon.

image source, Big Sheep Devon
image captionStaff at the Big Sheep family attraction in Devon put on their colours.
image source, Claire Hardcastle
image captionIt was the Flight Centre Travel Group conference at ExCel London and the company showed the match for the 2,000 staff.
image source, @kellileighuk
image caption"Watching England-Sweden on a TV hung in a tree on the beach in Ibiza is probably the most British thing I've ever done," tweeted singer-songwriter Kelli-Leigh.
image source, Dom Poynter
image caption"Current mood," tweeted Dom Poynter from the Kent Ale House around half-time, although he was happier at the final whistle.
image source, Nina Elliott
image captionNina Elliott found a way to watch both the match and Editors at BST Hyde Park.
image source, Alexander Godfrey
image captionAlexander Godfrey watched the match alongside bloodhounds Basil and Dory.
image source, Jo MacDonald
image captionTottenham Hotspur fan and baker extraordinaire Jo MacDonald prepared this cake in advance of the game.
image source, @FranTomaPR
image caption"I'm ready! Let's do this!" tweeted charity worker Fran Corbett in London.
image source, Reshmin Syed
image captionReshmin and Aranya Syed donned their England kits to watch the game in London.
image source, Thibault Cozic-Shaw
image captionAfter the final whistle England fans took to the streets to celebrate, as seen here in Brixton.