Gareth Southgate thanks fans ahead of Euro 2020 final
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For the Euro 2020 final tonight, Naga Munchetty dug out her figure-hugging England dress as she cheers on the team against Italy. The BBC Breakfast presenter put on a rare leggy display, which gathered attention from many of her fans.
The 46-year-old was pictured beaming for the camera as she crossed her fingers ahead of the game.
She wrote: “Dug this dress out from the back of the wardrobe – I last wore it in 1996.
“Today seemed a good day to wear it again. #england #euro2020.”
The BBC Radio 5 Live concluded her post with a series of crossed fingers emojis.
Many of Naga’s 45,000 followers flocked to her post to comment.
One user wrote: “You look fab Naga. How many people can say they can still fit in a dress from 25 years ago?”
“Awesome Naga Looking gorgeous Come on England xx,” a second added.
A third commented: “Love it. You look sweet!”
A fourth added: “Looking great Naga.”
The presenter shared a similar snap of her outfit on her Twitter page.
The BBC star has been expressing her support for England throughout the tournament.
Earlier this week, she told fans sleep was “much needed” after the team’s game against Denmark.
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The team beat their rivals by 2-1, which put them through to the UEFA European Football Championship.
Tonight, they take on Italy at Wembley Stadium.
Gareth Southgate’s team have already broken one national record just by reaching the Euro 2020 final.
Their last win was at the World Cup in 1966.
Manager Gareth said in a video on Twitter today: “We hope that we’ve represented you in the right way. We hope that you’ve enjoyed watching us play.
“I’m very grateful to all of the players and the incredible staff I’ve got with me, that we’ve been able to get to our first final in 55 years.
“But of course we know now we’ve got to deliver for you, so we’ll be doing everything we can.
“Your support and energy has given us a huge lift, and I know it will on Sunday.”
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