The World Cup of hangovers! England fans nurse sore heads after celebrating 3-0 ... trends now
Commuters reported trains being noticeably empty on Wednesday morning after Gareth Southgate's men advanced to the knockout stages, which will see them first clash with Senegal on Sunday.
Fan zones across the country are quickly selling out of tickets for the highly-anticipated match, which will kick-off at 7pm.
It comes after pubs across the country roared last night when the Three Lions finally broke the deadlock of the first half with a stunning freekick goal from Marcus Rashford.
England fans react at the Budweiser Fan Festival London at Outernet, during a screening of the FIFA World Cup Group B match
Fans in Manchester watch Wales vs England as Harry Kane and co go 3-0 up in the match
Then barely moment later they were celebrating again as Phil Foden made it two. Rashford added a third over ten minutes later.
'Head is a bit fuzzy this morning after watching and celebrating England's win last night,' one fan wrote on Twitter, 'Work will drag today I can tell.'
Another said: 'Hate getting up on these cold early mornings but it's even worse when you're hungover... but this is the punishment for stopping up late celebrating England's win... wish I was still in bed.'
One commuter added: 'Train is empty this morning after an England match... hangovers', next to a laughing emoji.
It comes as venues across the country hosting viewing events for Sunday's Senegal clash are quickly selling out.
The popular TalkSport fan zone immediately sold all of its Standard and Early Bird tickets last night, with only a handful of pricier options and VIP tickets remaining this morning.
England fans report feeling a bit worse for wear this morning after celebrating last night's victory against Wales
England fans were filled with optimism for their country's chances following last night's triumph.
Marketing student Hermilla Emanuel, 18, said: 'I think we will get to the semi-finals. We have a good team.
'Jude Bellingham is my favourite player. He is my age and has a lot of skills and grew up here in Birmingham.
'If England don't win the World Cup, I hope it's Portugal as I love Ronaldo and would like him to win it before he retires.'
Her friend, architecture student Gracieth Vemba, 19, added: 'My favourite is Raheem Sterling. I feel he is a really good aspect to the team. I think we have got a chance but Brazil and France are both looking really good.'
Design manager Glenn Cook, 30, said after the result: 'Who knows what is possible?
'They have got a good squad. Maybe we will be swept away by a higher quality team but this World Cup has showed that there are no certainties.'
Fans in London watch Wales v England - London, Britain - November 29, 2022 England fans celebrate at boxpark Wembley after the match
Fans in London watch Wales v England - London, Britain - November 29, 2022 England fans celebrate at boxpark Wembley after Marcus Rashford scores their third goa
And then it was three! Rashford's second made it 3-0 and powered England to top the group
Fans in Manchester watch Wales v England - Manchester, Britain - November 29, 2022 England fans celebrate at the Depot Mayfield
England fans celebrate their side's third goal of the game, scored by England's Marcus Rashford, at BoxPark Croydon
Three-sy does it! Supporters in Manchester were over the moon at the result in Qatar
His friend, Scott Rutter, 41, a quantity surveyor, said: 'The more we get into this World Cup, the more the excitement builds. The group stages have flashed by and we're going through.
'Based on our previous displays I wasn't that hopeful but they are a half decent side and after the Euros we expect a lot.
'I would like to think we'd beat Senegal and perhaps they will build on that and just get better.'
Jubilant workers had bragged of swift exits from the office, with many heading straight to the pub on a day when some £215million is expected to be spent on booze.
Generous bosses had allowed staff to be flexible in the hours running up to the much-anticipated clash in Qatar.
Some had even been offering to provide a £25 bar tab for drinks and food, and paracetamol for the inevitable sore heads tomorrow morning.
NOW it's coming home! England fans rejoice as the team start scoring in the second half
Wembley goes wild as the England goals start going in during the second half of the match
Three cheers for the Three Lions: fans pumped the air with joy as the two goals went in
Supporters of Harry Kane's men exploded with joy as the Wales deadlock was broken at last
Fans celebrate an England goal as they watch the FIFA World Cup 2022 match between England and Wales
A Welsh fan looking dejected at the Swansea Fan Park in Singleton Park, during a screening of the FIFA World Cup Group B match between England and Wales
England fans at BoxPark Wembley celebrate their second goal scored by Phil Foden
Missed one: One England fan clutches his head in the first half at the lack of a breakthrough
Time for a drink: Welsh supporters supped on their beers as their side were unable to score
Pensive: England fans react at boxpark Wembley as the play failed to burst to life in first half
Anticipating: fans looked anxiously on in at the Depot Mayfield venue in Manchester
Fans watch the Qatar 2022 World Cup Group B football match between Wales and England at the BUDX FIFA Fan Festival at Outernet in London
England fans look on at the Morningside Arena, Leicester, during a screening of the FIFA World Cup Group B match between Wales and England
One fan admitted earlier 'With the USA we expected a better result. - we didn't get that but hopefully we can pull it through.'
'They could go quite far this year I believe. It's the World Cup, a lot of unexpected games a lot of unexpected scores.
'I reckon we've at least got a chance to go to the finals.'
Gareth Southgate's Three Lions have won the last six matches against their rivals, but Rob Page's men, led by talisman Gareth Bale, need their first win over England since 1984 and other results to go their way as their last 16 hopes hang by a thread.
Just before kick off the crowd at the BoxPark venue in London were treated to a performance from Atomic Kitten stars Liz McClarnon and Natasha Hamilton.
They danced and sang on the stage with a cut out of England manager Gareth Southgate as fans chanted 'It's coming home, it's coming home.'
England football fans ahead of the England vs Wales game at the Luna Springs in Digbeth, Birmingham
Sing when your winning? England fans warm up their voices ahead of the crunch crash
Fans in Manchester watch Wales v England ahead of the kick-off in Qatar at 7pm last night
England football fans ahead of the England vs Wales game at the Luna Springs in Digbet
Manchester awaits a goal: fans were waiting a breakthrough as the kick off heralded match
Cheers! Fans were having a great time before the match had even kicked off in Qatar
Take your hat off to them! These fans in Newcastle coordinated outfits for the evening
All smiles for England: Fans got in the drinks for the big match up in the North East
Aman Lakhwani, 19, Caspar Brown, 18, and Tyler Nash, also 19, told MailOnline they'd be watching the game on almost no sleep after getting off their 40-hour flight from Sydney this morning.
The trio made a beeline straight for Wetherspoons in Victoria station, but watched England take on Wales from the fan area in Box Park, Croydon.
'If they lose to Wales it's just going to be depressing because no-one wants Wales to win, apart from Welsh people,' Brown said.
While a loss would be a 'depressing' outcome after travelling so far, Brown said he wouldn't be too heartbroken.
There was no shortage of facepainting at Boxpark in Wembley for the big match
England fans enjoy a pre-match pint as they prepare to watch the World Cup final group match at Central Park in Newcastle, with England's game against Wales starting at 7pm.
Poised for the win: These three woman looked ready to cheers on Gareth Southgate's men
Cheers for England! These two fans were ready to support Harry Kane and the team at 7pm
'An England loss doesn't necessarily mean they're guaranteed to be out of the group... Southgate knows what he's doing.'
David Hawthorne, 39, the deputy manager of Sports Bar and Grill in Victoria Station said he's confident of a win for England.
'I think we'll win. We'd have to lose 4-0 to get knocked out so I'm quite confident we'll