England fans showed no sympathy to Australia after watching their team thrash their arch-rivals to qualify for Sunday's Cricket World Cup final.
The three-times runners-up put in an outstanding performance as they romped to a comfortable victory in today's semi-final at Edgbaston, in Birmingham.
Fans celebrated wildly after the win, waving farewell to Australian supporters who left early as England closed in on victory.
And they carried on the jubilant celebrations by mocking their defeated rivals on social media.
One fan wrote: 'I never thought I would feel sorry for the Australian cricket team. And I was right.'
Another said: 'Hard not to feel a bit sorry for Australia in the face of this onslaught. But I can confirm that I've managed not to.'
A mocking tweet from Gary Lineker read: 'Thoughts are with our Australian friends at this difficult time.'
Some Australian fans left early and were serenaded by England fans in the crowd as they made their exits
England captain Eoin Morgan is embraced by star batsman Joe Root after scoring the winning runs in the semi-final match
England fans celebrated jubilantly at Edgbaston, in Birmingham, as they watched their team thrash arch rivals Australia
The England Players' wives and girlfriends celebrate the dominant victory in a corporate box
England's hero Jason Roy embraces friends and family after his impressive performance today
The final, which will take place at Lords in London on Sunday, will see England face-off against New Zealand in their first final appearance since 1992.
The home team will be the favourites going into the showpiece, after thrashing their opponents just eight days ago in the group stage.
The big match will be shown for free on Channel 4 and More 4, as well as on Sky Sports, Channel 4 announced after today's semi-final.
Whatever the result of Sunday's final, the World Cup will have a new winner for the first time since 1996, as New Zealand have also never won the competition.
England fans celebrate after winning the ICC World Cup, Semi Final at Edgbaston today
England's victory was built on the back of an excellent batting performance from Jason Roy, pictured raising his bat as he acknowledges applause from supporters
England's captain Eoin Morgan scored the winning runs in the semi-final match today
It was a comfortable win for the England team, chasing down Australia's total with 18 overs to spare.
Captain Eoin Morgan scored the winning runs,