A touching video of England player, Mason Mount gifting a young fan his shirt after their historic semi-final win against Denmark has gone viral.

In the clip, Mount spots the fan in the crowd and proceeds to brush past security and jump over the barrier to hand her the shirt he wore during the game.

The Chelsea player was smiling from ear to ear as he made the young’s fans day.

Overwhelmed by the gift, the young girl wearing a shirt with “Belle 10” on the back instantly burst into tears.

She also received plenty of congratulatory pats on the back from the fans next to her.

Mount then looks back, still grinning as fans in the stands cheered him for his kind gesture.

Since the video was posted by England fan Rem Williams who attended the match at Wembley Stadium, it has received over 30,000 likes on Twitter.

BBC’s Match of The Day also couldn’t resist sharing the adorable interaction.

Gary Lineker described the clip as “beautiful.”

Piers Morgan also reshared the video, singing Mount’s praises.

Radio 1 host, Nick Grimshaw admitted to feeling emotional after watching the clip.

Comedians Rob Beckett and Shappi Khorsandi also showed the heartwarming video some love.

Mayor of Manchester, Andy Burnham shared how he nearly shed a tear too.

Even the official England Twitter account was moved.

Meanwhile, thousands of England fans also shared their thoughts on the sweet moment and it appears to have tugged on their heartstrings.

England won 2-1 in their semi-final match against Denmark, after coming from behind following a stunning Mikkel Damsgaard free-kick. Danish captain Simon Kjaer turned into his own net moments later when trying to defend a Bukayo Saka cross.

The game went to extra-time with Harry Kane scoring the winning goal when England were awarded a penalty due to contact between Denmark’s Joakim Maehle and Raheem Sterling in England’s penalty box.

The squad now face Italy in the Euro 2020 final on Sunday back at Wembley Stadium.

It’s the first time England have made it to a tournament final since 1966.

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