A GARETH Southgate lookalike has been mobbed by enthusiastic England fans as they head to Wembley to watch the clash with the Danes.

The impressive doppelganger even donned the Three Lion’s manager’s infamous lucky waistcoat from the 2018 World Cup.

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Dozens of boozed up fans jumped at the chance to get a selfie with Gareth, who posed in the same calm manner as the former England player.

He held up one fist to the camera, and dressed in a blue shirt and red, blue and white tie as the other fans parties around him.

The Southgate lookalike is not the first famous face doppelgänger to be spotted under the Wembley Arches.

A multi-millionaire tycoon convinced journalists and fans that he was Jurgen Klopp during the last game.

Ray Cornwell, 61, blagged the "kind of spontaneous" chat with Good Morning Britain's Jonathan Swain at Wembley ahead of England's match against Germany.

He was dressed head to toe in Liverpool training kit as he joined excited fans and looked the spitting image of the Liverpool manager.

Fired-up England fans have already packed out bars and pubs to neck pints ahead of the Three Lions' first semi-final Euros game in 25 years.

Supporters have been eagerly queuing at bars across the country and arriving at Wembley Stadium ahead of the historic 8pm kick-off against Denmark.

Flags have been painted on roundabouts, hero Harry Kane has been immortalised in a pizza and rooftops scream messages of support as the country comes together.

Eager football fans in the capital have dressed up for the monumental game – wearing Southgate masks and dressing as English knights.

And rowdy revellers have let off coloured flares outside Wembley ahead of the semi-final showdown.

The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) believes fans will neck 6.8million pints during the game – with 9.7million bought in total.

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