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- Posted on Jun 28th 2010 7:15AM by Chris Cope
A special screen was in place on a hill in Worthy Farm's Bush Ground field, with the area soon filling to capacity, whilst another 30,000 England fans watched the game at a screen at the other end of the festival site, reports The Telegraph.
The power of live music was obviously not enough for the football fanatics, who endured a torrid time as England were downed 4-1 by the Germans.
Ray Davies, formerly of the Kinks, was one of the unlucky ones to be scheduled against the football match, and thanked all those who had come to see him in favour of the blockbuster football match. Davies' audience was reportedly added to considerably when Germany scored their third goal of the day.
Sporting events aside, the 40th Glastonbury festival seemingly went down a storm, with the likes of a stripped-down Radiohead playing a secret set on the small Park stage, whilst, conforming to persistent rumours before the festival about the U2 guitarist, the Edge did indeed appear as a guest during Muse's Saturday night headline set.