IT was a day to remember for England fans, but an even bigger moment for Wayne Rooney’s sons, Kai, Klay and Kit.
The three boys, 11, eight and five joined their dad and around 21,500 fans at Wembley to see the Three Lions win their opening match of the Euros.
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Raheem Sterling was the hero with his second half strike to ensure victory for Gareth Southgate’s team.
And cheering on the action was the Rooney clan, who accompanied their dad for the Euro 2020 opener.
Afterwards, the lucky kids got a snap with captain Harry Kane, who beamed for the photo.
Dad Wayne uploaded the picture to his Twitter page – as his kids appeared as pleased as Punch to meet their hero.
He captioned the photo: “Great start to the tournament @England”.
Before kick off, Rooney was seen taking his place in the stands with wife Coleen and their brood.
Another ex-pro in attendance included Jamie Redknapp, who brought his son Beau, 12, along.
And Beau couldn’t wait to get in on a photo-op with Rooney around, posing alongside England’s all-time top scorer for a snap.