Muslim college students from a United Kingdom madrassa cheered up for England because the nationwide soccer staff locked heads with Denmark in the course of the Euro 2020 second semi-final match on Wednesday.
After beating Denmark 2-1, England has reached the ultimate — the primary main victory for the nation since 1966.
In a video that just lately went viral on social media, a number of college students may very well be seen sitting in a room, watching the much-awaited match on a laptop computer.
As England captain Harry Kane fired his aspect into their first European Championship closing, the scholars may very well be seen full of pleasure, rooting for his or her staff and jubilating the win.
Former BBC journalist Hasan Patel took to Twitter and uploaded the video, dispelling the stereotypes related to Muslim seminary college students within the West.
“British Muslim students from an Islamic seminary watching the #ENG game when @HKane scored. This is the #eng we are part from which some people lead us to believe isn’t possible, it is and the racists can do one,” wrote Patel.
Quickly after the video went viral, British Twitterati began commenting on it, with the bulk expressing happiness to see college students cheering up for the staff.
“Honestly never thought I’d see the day,” an account named WolvesFanVideos wrote.
“As much a right to celebrate as me, no more than me no less than me,” wrote a person named Toms Kerrett.
“We are all human beings, we may have different views, religions, even different football teams but the fact is we are all just people living our life as we each think is best!!! No difference at all!!! Respect everyone else and enjoy life,” wrote Darren.