A video showing a group of Muslim students cheering England’s second goal against Denmark has been viewed thousands of times.

We can now reveal the video was taken at the Islamic boarding school Jamiatul Ilm Wal Huda, based on Moss Street in Blackburn. It shows the students huddled around a laptop watching the game.

As Kane score the extra-time winner in last night’s semi-final there is utter joy as the students all begin to celebrate.

England will now go on to play Italy in the final on Sunday.

One Islamic scholar suggested: “Someone should contact the England team and get them some tickets for Sunday’s final!”

Many have commented how questions of ‘loyalty’ and ‘integration’ should not be directed at the Muslim population.

The video was shared on Twitter by Hasan Patel who said: "British Muslim students from an Islamic seminary watching the #ENG game when Kane scored. This is the England we are part from which some people lead us to believe isn’t possible, it is and the racists can do one."

Former Blackburn with Darwen Council Mayor Salim Mulla said: “It was great to see a bunch of Muslim lads at the boarding school celebrating. It proves a lot of people wrong and all those people who have been writing things to divide us.

“And there are idiots who suggest we are a divided community. Rubbish - we are one community, we are one local authority Blackburn with Darwen. Full stop.

“We support England end off.”

Comedian Tez Ilyas posted: “This is Southgate’s England."

Hyndburn councillor Noordad Aziz said: "This is simply amazing. To all those that want to divide us #ItsComingHome."