Someone has set up a GoFundMe to raise cash for the young German supporter who was vilely abused online after she was seen crying during the England Vs Germany game.
The youngster was left in tears after seeing her team crash out the Euros in a 2-0 defeat to England but rather than be gracious about their win some England fans decided to act like absolute d***s and started sharing her photo and insulting her online.
Former England star Stan Collymore slammed the vile messages, including one from a man who called the child a 's**t', alongside the caption: "No words necessary."
Other posts claimed the 'pub full of people erupt into cheers' when the kid's face flashed up on the TV while some uneducated d***head called the little girl a 'Nazi'.
Understandably, any decent human who has seen the tweets has been left disgusted and Collymore's post was quickly flooded with comments from fans condemning those who wrote the vile posts.
One person wrote: "Appalling but not surprising. Incredible that some call this banter.
"How low have standards got in the country and how hard can it be to see this image and just scroll past?
"Just hope they don't have kids of their own. Imagine the attitudes they must pass on if they do."
Another wrote: "All comments made here are disgusting. I hope these people all reported and kicked off social media.
"I'd like to think [it's] the minority making the rest of us look bad."
A third person commented: "Really? She's only about 10. Some absolute weapons in this world, makes me ashamed to be English.
"It's bad enough when directed at adults... but kids who are at a football game and care if their team don't win? Hard men aren't they."
While Gary Lineker replied: "Absolutely disgusting. Sickening xenophobia."
And now one football fan is keen to show that 'not everyone in the UK is horrible' so is raising some cash for the little girl.
The GoFundMe, titled 'Weʼre raising £500 to Show this little German supporter that not everyone in the UK is horrible', has picked up almost £800 at the time of publishing - see, people aren't all bad after all.
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