Fans were surprised to see a very famous face in the Wembley crowd.
In the final marked Hollywood royalty, Tom Cruise sat with none other than David Beckham, a supporter celebrating the Three Lions.
And the BBC commentator helped “some of the good guys out there” with his 1992 legal drama.
“It’s crazy that Tom Cruise is here,” said one fan.
Others remarked how it was a busy day for Tom, who had previously been in his sharp navy suit and pale blue tie when he saw Noble Djokovic face Matteo Barretini in the men’s singles final at Wimbledon.
“Mission Impossible,” commented one fan on Twitter.
“Tom Cruise was in the men’s singles final at Wimbledon and now he is in the Euro final at Webbley.
Another said, “He’s been the best stumbling block ever.”
Other fans commented that Tom, 59, was “looking good” while enjoying the match.
In the match against Italy, Manchester United’s Luke Shaw scored a goal in just two minutes and separated the two stars from the empty seat between them.
The camera paired the pair, who smiled as they nodded.
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“It’s really nice that after all these years, Tom Cruise still has an empty seat for Goose. #ENGITA,” said another fan, referring to his famous film Top Gun.
Tom was a top supporter of England in the match.
On Friday night, England captain Hurricane received the support of his A-list fans as he led England to their first major final at Wimbledon in 55 years and clinched his first European Championship title.
“We contacted Tom Cruise last evening, you find everyone who loves football,” he told BBC Radio 5 Live.
“Most people in the world love football, so it’s great to be supported not only in England but all over the world, so it’s been a great time for all of us. Enjoyed the moment so we “hopefully wait for the work to finish now.
“Yes, we were lucky enough to see one of his films so I think he was here in the UK and he just dialed and FaceTime wished us the best as a group. Let him do his best.
“I’m not sure if he’ll make it to the finals, but football is such a big part of the world and I like the fact that I have such support from businesses of all sizes.”