Ideias, Imagens

As melhores imagens dos fãs britânicos no Mundial 2014

Pelo menos 1 milhão de adeptos ingleses marcam, hoje, presença em Manaus – a “Paris dos Trópicos” e”Capital Ambiental do Brasil“.

Three lions on a shirt: The England kit hangs ready in the dressing rooms of the Arena Amazonia - hours before being worn by Gerrard, Lampard, Wilshere et al

It begins! Fans began trickling into the Arena da Amazonia in Manaus in the late afternoon sunshine with their costumes - including a tiara - ready for action

Is there something on my head? An early arrival to the stadium clutches a branded cup as she waits for the kick-off - and there's no prizes for guessing who she supports

Rooney duo: A couple find their way to their seats in the Arena da Amazonia, wearing shirts which honour one of the England team's most famous names

Mania in Manaus: The Amazon rainforest city has been descended upon by thousands of England fans who gathered in front of the Teatro Amazonas opera house. The much-anticipated clash against Italy was given extra tension after  Italian goalkeeper and captain Gianluigi Buffon was ruled out of the match due to an ankle injury

Getting into the spirit: England fan Sarah Jayne Hart was one of thousands who made the trip from Britain to the Amazon rainforest city of Manaus

Welcome! The atmosphere in Manaus reached fever pitch as thousands of England fans arrived for the match. The city was once at the centre of the rubber trade

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15 fantásticas supercélulas

Franklin, Nebraska. By Chris Allington.

Ada, Oklahoma. By Basehunters.

Marathon, Texas. By Roger Hill

Valentine, Nebraska. By Mike Hollingshead.

West Point, Nebraska. By Jeremy Holmes.

Ansley, Nebraska. By Ian Livingston.

Watonga, Oklahoma. By Stephen Locke.

La Plata, MD By Steve Maciejewski.

Lamb County, Texas. By Amos Magliocco.

Eldorado, Oklahoma. By Dick McGowan.

Booker, Texas. By Mike Olbinski.

Chappell, Nebraska. By William Reid.

Deer Trail, Colorado. By Brett Roberts.

Piedmont, Oklahoma. By Chris Sanner.

Simms, Montana. By Chris Streeks.

Fonte: Washington Post

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