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And finally… England fans and Wembley Way

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What do tens of thousands of fans streaming out of Wembley look like, when condensed into 30 seconds? This is from England v Brazil in Feb 2012 and there are apparently 2,500 people from the line of horses to the black, central pole. For the second week in a row, hat-tip to @james_dart for the spot (via Jon Durr).

Fans Leaving Wembley Stadium After England vs Brazil (6th Feb 2012) from Jon Durr on Vimeo.

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