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World Cup fever hits Gorleston - in a roundabout way

PUBLISHED: 17:44 19 June 2018 | UPDATED: 17:44 19 June 2018

A roundabout in Brasenose Avenue is adding a splash of World Cup colour to the streets. Photo: Liz Coates

A roundabout in Brasenose Avenue is adding a splash of World Cup colour to the streets. Photo: Liz Coates

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As expectation grows fans have taken to a Gorleston street to flag up their support in an unusual way.

The surprise tribute reportedly popped up yesterday (Monday) in Brasenose Avenue just as England prepared for their first and ultimately victorious opening game against Tunisia.

England’s next game is on Sunday against Panama.

Have you spotted any unusual ways people have shown their backing for the players on your travels?

If so email liz.coates@archant.co.uk

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