WALLY the Walrus returned to our shores yesterday — just in time for England’s crunch Euros clash with Scotland tonight.
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Captain Harry Kane declared: “We’ve got a great team, we’re in a good place.”
Tartan Army fans descended on the capital today ahead of the match.
But Wally’s arrival came as a surprise.
He has become a celebrity as conservation and welfare groups monitor his movements.
In March he popped up in Tenby, South Wales, before travelling to Cornwall — where he spent three months around Padstow.
Locals even started selling souvenirs devoted to him.
The juvenile male then swam 390 miles to the French shores — before moving 230 miles across the Bay of Biscay to Bilbao, Spain.
The Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust says Wally’s appearance is the first time a walrus has ever been recorded there.
A spokesman said: “This rare visitor is the same young male that spent a number of weeks in South Wales earlier this year.
A win for England tonight would guarantee the Three Lions a place in the last 16.