The pop megastar Justin Timberlake showed his support for the England team during a concert as the Three Lions prepare themselves for a feisty encounter against Croatia in the semi-final of the FIFA World Cup 2018.
England are gearing up to play Croatia on Wednesday night and Timberlake, who described himself as an “honorary Brit” was sure to pledge his support for the Three Lions during his concert on Monday night.
The Three Lions will face either Belgium or France if they are able to beat Croatia in the semi-final, which will be their first semi-final in the World Cup since 1990. And, ahead of the crucial clash against Croatia, Timberlake offered his support to the national team.
A video posted by The O2 showed Timberlake talking to the crowd, shouting the famous “it’s coming home” before cheering for skipper Harry Kane.
“It’s. Coming. Home,” the 37-year-old yelled. “Somebody told me the first time I came here that I became an honorary Brit, so…It's. Coming. Home.
“Go on then Kane! Go on then Maguire! I’d be so hyped!”