The Killers PAUSE their concert at The 02 so their fans can watch England triumph over The Netherlands in the Euro 2024 semi-final

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The Killers paused their concert at The 02 in London on Thursday so their fans could watch England beat The Netherlands in the Euro 2024 semi-final. 

The American rockers – comprised of Brandon Flowers, Dave Keuning, Ronnie Vannucci Jr. and Mark Stoermer – were in the British capital as part of their “Rebel Diamonds” tour to celebrate 20 years of hits.

But the band clearly knew what the game meant to their UK fans as they paused the show so their fans could watch the end of the match live in the arena.

As England were declared the winners, The 02 broke out in a chorus of cheers and confetti erupted from the stage.

A MailOnline reporter videoed the heartwarming clip as a guest of Virgin Media O2.

The Killers paused their concert at The 02 in London on Thursday so their fans could watch England beat The Netherlands in the Euro 2024 semi-final

The American rockers were in the British capital as part of their ¿Rebel Diamonds¿ tour to celebrate 20 years of hits

The American rockers were in the British capital as part of their “Rebel Diamonds” tour to celebrate 20 years of hits

The band clearly knew what the game meant to their UK fans as they paused the show so their fans could watch the end of the match live in the arena

The band clearly knew what the game meant to their UK fans as they paused the show so their fans could watch the end of the match live in the arena

Late substitute Ollie Watkins buried a stunning strike into the bottom left corner with just seconds remaining to send Gareth Southgate’s men into Sunday’s final against Spain in Berlin.

The striker had replaced captain Harry Kane, who had earlier equalised for England with a penalty in the first-half – cancelling out Xavi Simons’ wonderstrike after just seven minutes.

England’s star-studded squad were supported by an army of WAGs and celebrities including Adele and Ed Sheeran as they reached their first ever Euros final on foreign soil.

Southgate’s squad will now attempt to go one step further than Euro 2020, when they lost to Italy in the final at Wembley.

England fans danced with joy and sang ‘all the way, all the way’ after Watkins’ late goal put the Three Lions in the final. 

Earlier this year, The Killers announced an eight-show residency in their hometown of Las Vegas to mark the 20 year anniversary of their iconic debut album, Hot Fuss.

The residency will run from August 14 to 30 with tickets available from January 27.



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