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Cameron congratulates England team
David Cameron has sent a message of congratulations to England's football team following the victory over Ukraine which sent them through to the knock-out stages of the Euro 2012 tournament.
Mr Cameron was at the G20 summit in Los Cabos, Mexico, but said he managed to follow the game during the leaders' lunch.
He revealed that he kept up with the footballing action with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
It is the third time the two leaders have watched a crunch match together, after they saw Germany thrash England 4-1 in the 2010 World Cup during an earlier G20 summit, then saw Chelsea beat Bayern Munich while in the US earlier this year.
If England and Germany win their next fixtures, they could be matched again in the Euro semi-finals on the day of an EU summit in Brussels which Mr Cameron and Ms Merkel will both attend.
Mr Cameron said: "My message (to the team) is congratulations. I think they have shown incredible pluck and courage in the way they have fought this campaign so far and it is great they are going through from the group round undefeated.
"From what I saw it was a very good team effort and I wish them well for the next round and the game against Italy."
Mr Cameron famously voiced support for goalline technology after Frank Lampard's goal-that-never-was against Germany.
Following Ukraine's appeals, he said: "I will have to reflect a bit further, but don't expect an immediate U-turn."