The Sun – 55 yrs of hurt never stopped Raheem
Summary of Today's Paper
The Sun – 55 years of hurt never stopped us Raheeming!
The Sun’s front splash is dedicated to England’s win over Germany. The paper leads with a picture of Raheem Sterling, who scored the first goal of the game and his third of the tournament. His breakthrough moment sent England’s fans, with more than 40,000 inside Wembley, into wild celebrations.
The Sun: FORMER England and Newcastle star Kieron Dyer ends up battering SAS: Who Dares Wins instructor Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox after seeing the red mist during a challenge.
The Sun claims Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo has moved out of his house after being kept awake by sheep. It quotes: “The sheep were very noisy early in the morning.”
The Sun says JABS for younger kids finally got the go-ahead last night — risking a battle between them and parents over consent.
The Sun: THREE people have died after a car crashed into a building and burst into flames in central London.
The Sun says BRITAIN is set to be soaked with heavy rain and thunder tomorrow before things cheer up with a dose of sunshine later in the week.