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Baddiel and Skinner score as Three Lions gets to number 1

10 July 2018, 05:15 | Myron Mathis

Three Lions is back in the charts

Three Lions returns to the charts ahead of England's World Cup match with Sweden

Football anthem Three Lions has hit the number one spot on the Official Vodafone Big Top 40 chart following England's World Cup win against Sweden.

On the evening of the 26th of June, 1996, the perennially loathed, obstinately supported England national football team played against the Germans in the semi-finals of the UEFA European Football Championship, and lost the match in penalties (6-5) - an historic defeat decided by a single, unlucky miss.

An hour later when fans were still in the stadium and singing their hearts out, Southgate returned to the pitch and waved his arms as if conducting an orchestra.

Following England's incredible win against Sweden, the track by The Lightening Seeds & Baddiel and Skinner - which includes the iconic chant "It's coming home" - has smashed its way to number one. Demi Lovato from the top of the charts on Sunday evening. With lyrics like, "England's gonna throw it away, gonna blow it away", and "thirty years of hurt", the song was meant to lovingly poke fun at the bittersweet existence of British soccer fans, according to the Independent.

Excitement reached fever pitch among a number of famous football fans, with the cast of West End musical Hamilton changing one of their songs to sing Three Lions.

The song's title, "Three Lions", refers to the design depicted on English players' jerseys.


On the albums chart British synth pop group Years & Years are on course to debut at number one with sophomore release Palo Santo.

It was such a success that another version of it was recorded for the 1998 World Cup, called 3 Lions '98.

The idea that the girl group's saccharine hit record would be revived as a paean to the England manager would have seemed improbable before the tournament kicked off, but World Cup fever can have rather odd symptoms.

Former EastEnders star Harry Reid posted about both the World Cup game and Pride London, taking place on the same day.

"I find myself doing this with qualifiers and all that - you have to say: 'Oh well, you never know".



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