Photos of Boris Johnson and Carrie Symonds cheering on England against Germany mocked online

PHOTOS of Boris Johnson cheering on England against Germany yesterday have been mocked online.

Social media users photoshopped snaps of the PM and his wife Carrie watching the match to make memes.

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No 10 posted two pictures of the couple backing the Three Lions as they scored an historic 2-0 victory over Die Mannschaft at Wembley.

In one they are seen watching the first half inside Downing St, whilst in a second they have moved outdoors to catch the final 45 minutes.

No 10 also shared a video showing Boris shouting "Harry Kane finally scores!" after the England captain added the second goal.

The PM grinned and lifted his arms aloft in celebration in front of the TV as the Three Lions headed for victory.

He later tweeted: 'Well done England! We're all behind you – bring it home!'

Twitter users took advantage of the snaps to substitute the television pictures of the game for other images.

One showed Boris and Ms Symonds watching footage of ex Health Secretary Matt Hancock and his lover Gina Coladangelo.

On a similar theme, a second mock-up featured the PM's former flame Jennifer Arcuri wrapped in a Union Jack.

In another he were made to look like he was celebrating during an episode of the Teletubbies.

Some social media users also spotted that the PM has a bin for confidential waste in Downing St.

One observed that it is next to a basked for recycling, adding: "Surely nothing can go wrong here."

The Three Lions secured a famous win over Germany in the last 16 as Gareth Southgate laid his Euro 96 demons to rest.

It was our first victory over Die Mannschaft in tournament football since the World Cup win of 1966.

Fans were seen going wild after Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling netted in a 2-0 victory at Wembley.

England will face Ukraine after Andriy Shevchenko's side made history of their own by reaching the quarters of a major competition for the first time.

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