Robbie Savage and fellow BBC pundit John Hartson went absolutely nuts in the back of a taxi after watching Wales beat Russia and top their group in Euro 2016.
Neither of them quite knew the full words, but the pair couldn’t help breaking into a chant of ‘Please don’t take me home’ as they drove away from the ground – and posting the evidence on social media.
What a win !! pic.twitter.com/BRS7QQB0HH
— John Hartson (@JohnHartson10) June 20, 2016
They were carrying on the chant Wales fans had been singing in the stadium, after the nation reached the Last 16 of a major tournament for the first time in 58 years.
Even while he was still on duty for the BBC, Savage couldn’t hide his delight while watching Wales destroy Russia 3-0 and beat England to top spot.
— BBC Sport Wales (@BBCSportWales) June 20, 2016
Later on, Hartson and Savage met up with Welsh fans to carry on the party.
But they weren’t the only ones who couldn’t help crack a smile as Wales topped the group at the expense of England, who drew 0-0 with Slovakia.
Huw Edwards appeared to have a glint in his eye as he announced the news on the BBC’s News at Ten.
— BBC Wales ???????????????????????????? (@BBCWales) June 20, 2016
Wonder how they’re all feeling this morning?
— Salvador Swally (@DOOGZ1888) June 20, 2016