Watch adorable moment Aston Villa star’s son sings Ollie Watkins song after England hero’s goal against Netherlands


ASTON VILLA’S Emi Buendia’s son showed his appreciation for his dad’s team-mate by singing his song after his wondergoal against the Netherlands.

The striker was brought on for Harry Kane last night and only had four touches – one of which was to fire the ball into the bottom corner at the death.

Instagram @em10buendiaEmi Buendia’s son sang an Ollie Watkins chant after he scored the winner against the Netherlands in the Euro 2024 semi-final[/caption]

Instagram @em10buendiaBuendia’s son sung ‘Ollie Watkins du du du’[/caption]

Watkins scored a 90th-minute winner on Wednesday night to see England face Spain on Sunday

Emi Buendia and Ollie Watkins are team-mates at Aston VillaEPA

Watkins90th-minute winner means the Three Lions march on to Berlin to face Spain on Sunday.

But his sensational impact seemed unlikely ahead of the semi-final as he had only featured for 20 minutes off the bench in England‘s group-stage draw with Denmark.

And after his spectacular finish Villa team-mate and midfielder Buendia filmed his son chanting “Ollie Watkins du du du. Ollie Watkins du du du,” – a song commonly sung at Villa Park.

One fan said the heartfelt clip was “the best thing you’ll see today”.

While another added: “Mini Buendia knows ball.”

A third then put: “So bloody cute.”

And a fourth then wept: “The most adorable thing.”

England had plenty of concerns against the Dutch as they fell behind inside seven minutes.

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Xavi Simons scored a sublime goal after dispossessing Declan Rice in midfield.

However, the goal sparked the Three Lions into life, and they were level eleven minutes later.

Kane won a controversial penalty after being caught by Denzel Dumfries.

The captain took the responsibility and converted from the spot with a tidy finish into the bottom left corner.

Holland came out fighting in the second half to try and find a winner but it was not to be.

Celebrating after being awarded MOTM Watkins walked into the stands to meet his loved ones.

He was spotted sharing a big kiss with his partner Ellie Alderson and hugged another loved one as those around him applauded after his heroics.

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England vs Spain record

England have played Spain 27 times in total – here is a look at every result…

May 1929, Spain 4-3 England – International Friendly (L)
December 1931, England 7-1 Spain – International Friendly (W)
July 1950, Spain 1-0 England – World Cup (L)
May 1955, Spain 1-1 England – International Friendly (D)
November 1955, England 4-1 Spain – International Friendly (W)
May 1960, Spain 3-0 England – International Friendly (L)
October 1960, England 4-2 Spain – International Friendly (W)
December 1965, Spain 0-2 England – International Friendly (W)
May 1967, England 2-0 Spain – International Friendly (W)
April 1968, England 1-0 Spain – European Championship (W)
May 1968, Spain 1-2 England – European Championship (W)
March 1980, Spain 0-2 England – International Friendly (W)
June 1980, England 2-1 Spain – European Championship (W)
March 1981, England 1-2 Spain – International Friendly (L)
July 1982, Spain 0-0 England – World Cup (D)
February 1987, Spain 2-4 England – International Friendly (W)
September 1992, Spain 1-0 England – International Friendly (L)
June 1996, England 0(4)-(2)0 Spain – European Championship (W)
February 2001, England 3-0 Spain – International Friendly (W)
November 2004, Spain 1-0 England – International Friendly (L)
February 2007, England 0-1 Spain – International Friendly (L)
February 2009, Spain 2-0 England – International Friendly (L)
November 2011, England 1-0 Spain – International Friendly (W)
November 2015, Spain 2-0 England – International Friendly (L)
November 2016, England 2-2 Spain – International Friendly (D)
September 2018, England 1-2 Spain – Nations League (L)
October 2018, Spain 2-3 England – Nations League (W)

Overall, England have won 14, drawn three and lost 10 matches against Spain.

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