The big clean-up after last night's disappointing Euros final began in earnest this morning across London.
Street sweepers and rubbish collectors were out in force tidying up the roads and pathways as daylight broke.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Unsurprisingly Wembley had some of the worst litter left over by the thousands of fans who left the stadium.
And the West End also bore the marks of the late night loss as crestfallen supporters' rubbish was strewn across the ground.
Among the abandoned items were England flags and memorabilia jettisoned after the team fell at the final hurdle on penalties.
The big clean up task for London's street cleaning teams started at 4am this morning
An unprecedented amount of waste, broken glass and rubbish was strewn all over the street
England flags could be seen on the ground discarded after the dispiriting loss last night
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There were thousands of empty and crushed beer cans tossed and left abandoned street side
The refuse collectors had started early at 4am to deal with the mammoth task ahead of them.
England's dreams of Euro 2020 glory were shattered at Wembley last night as they lost to Italy on penalties - extending the '55 years of hurt' but leaving the nation expressing pride at the Three Lions' achievements.
Despite two spot-kick saves from goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, England's Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka all missed their efforts to