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#Brexit Social media users make jokes about England exit from Euro 2016

Brexit is the term used for the referendum in which majority voted for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.

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England play Social media fans mock England national team with Brexit after Euro 2016 exit (Instagram)

It was fun times for social media users on Monday, June 27 as they mocked England’s knockout from Euro 2016 in relation to Brexit.

Social media users mock England with meme play Social media users mock England with meme (Instagram)

 

Brexit is the term used for the referendum in which majority voted for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.

England meme play Social media users mock England with memes (Twitter)

 

More than 3.7million people have however signed a petition to urge the Government to hold a second referendum after Leave won with 52 per cent of the vote.

England meme play England meme (Instagram)

 

Football lovers used the call for a second referendum as reference to mock England calling for a rematch of their second round clash against Iceland and labeling them the only country to exit Europe twice in a week.

England play England is being labeled as the only country to exit Europe twice in a week. (Instagram)

 

Iceland beat England 2-1 sending the Roy Hodgson side out of Euro 2016.

Fans saw the funny side of the defeat and took to their social media to set a 'petition' to have a rematch.

Social media users mock England with meme play Social media users mock England with meme (Instagram)

 

The petition has hilariously gotten more than 4,000 retweets and more than 3,000 likes in a matter of minutes.

Petition for England Vs Iceland rematch play Petition for England Vs Iceland rematch (Twitter)

 

England goalkeeper Joe Hart was also not left out of the internet mocking as he was at fault for Iceland’s winning goal.

Joe Hart play Joe Hart (Instagram)

 

Joe Hart play Internet mock Joe Hart (Instagram)

 

A user shared a photo of Joe Hart in front of an Iceland supermarket located in London, shaming him for 'saving nothing' despite its cheap prices.

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