Kate Beckinsale shares clip of her gleeful reaction to England’s win over Senegal

Kate Beckinsale shares clip of her gleeful reaction to England’s win over Senegal as she leads stars celebrating the Three Lions’ World Cup success

Kate Beckinsale took to Instagram on Sunday night as she shared a hilarious clip of her reaction to England’s impressive World Cup win.

The actress, 49, threw her arms in the air and climbed onto her friend’s back as she led the stars reacting to their her home country beating Senegal 3-0.

In her caption, she wrote: ‘Well done England [black flags and lion emojis] from the Croatian Royle family.’

Woohoo! Kate Beckinsale shared a clip of her gleeful reaction to England's win over Senegal as she led the stars celebrating the Three Lions' World Cup success on Sunday

Woohoo! Kate Beckinsale shared a clip of her gleeful reaction to England’s win over Senegal as she led the stars celebrating the Three Lions’ World Cup success on Sunday

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! winner and former Lioness Jill Scott shared three fire emojis to her Story while Gary Lineker and Peter Andre also cheered on.

BBC pundit Gary wrote on Twitter: ‘This young @england team is not only excellent, it’s so bloody likeable. Love ’em.’

Martin Lewis penned on the social media platform: ‘Great to see Kane score. He deserves that. Cmon England.’

England put in an excellent performance to see off Senegal 3-0 and reach the quarter-finals of the World Cup in Qatar (L-R: Phil Foden, Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka are pictured)

England put in an excellent performance to see off Senegal 3-0 and reach the quarter-finals of the World Cup in Qatar (L-R: Phil Foden, Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka are pictured)

Peter Andre also enjoyed the match with his 17-year-old son Junior in their cinema room, with the teenager repeating, ‘Look at that goal,’ and, ‘Is it coming home?’ 

England finally lifted their ITV ‘curse’ with their 3-0 victory over Senegal in the World Cup Round of 16.

The Three Lions secured their passage to the quarter-finals where they will face France next Saturday.

Celebrating: The actress, 49, threw her arms in the air and climbed onto her friend's back as she led the stars reacting to their her home country beating Senegal 3-0

Oh dear: The pair had looked tense just moments before

Celebrating: The actress, 49, threw her arms in the air and climbed onto her friend’s back as she led the stars reacting to their her home country beating Senegal 3-0

Proud: In her caption, she wrote: 'Well done England [black flags and lion emojis] from the Croatian Royle family'

Proud: In her caption, she wrote: ‘Well done England [black flags and lion emojis] from the Croatian Royle family’

After a poor first 38 minutes, Jordan Henderson broke the deadlock for Gareth Southgate’s side, before Harry Kane added a second on the stroke of half-time.

Bukayo Saka confirmed the victory in the 57th minute, as England eased to victory at the Al Bayt Stadium.

Along with reaching the last eight of the World Cup, England also seemingly lifted the ‘Curse of ITV’, with the game being shown on the channel.

Yes! I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! winner and former Lioness Jill Scott shared three fire emojis to her Story while Gary Lineker and Peter Andre also cheered on

Yes! I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! winner and former Lioness Jill Scott shared three fire emojis to her Story while Gary Lineker and Peter Andre also cheered on

Success: BBC pundit Gary wrote on Twitter: 'This young @england team is not only excellent, it's so bloody likeable. Love 'em'

Success: BBC pundit Gary wrote on Twitter: ‘This young @england team is not only excellent, it’s so bloody likeable. Love ’em’

Delighted: Martin Lewis penned on the social media platform: 'Great to see Kane score. He deserves that. Cmon England'

Delighted: Martin Lewis penned on the social media platform: ‘Great to see Kane score. He deserves that. Cmon England’

The Three Lions have had an appalling record when their World Cup matches have been screened live on the commercial channel.

Before the Senegal game, since 1998, England had won just two of their 15 World Cup matches on ITV – compared with an astounding 12 out of 16 on the BBC.

This meant England’s win percentage on ITV was just 13 per cent, compared to a much more prosperous 75 per cent on the BBC.

Following this game, England’s win percentage on the channel was upped to 19 per cent.

Big match: Peter Andre also enjoyed the match with his 17-year-old son Junior in their cinema room

In his element: The teenager repeated, 'Look at that goal,' and, 'Is it coming home?'

Big match: Peter Andre also enjoyed the match with his 17-year-old son Junior in their cinema room, with the teenager repeating, ‘Look at that goal,’ and, ‘Is it coming home?’

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