"In honour of our England getting to the semi-final, we've chose to decorate one of our buses to show our support".
Incredible scenes have filled the town centre after the team progressed through the competition reaching the semi-finals for the first time in 28 years.
"I know that I am important and that I was not at my best in the group. The pressure of a World Cup, can they handle it?", Neville told ITV.
England are in the last four of a major tournament for the first time since Euro ´96, when Southgate himself missed a penalty in a shootout defeat against Germany.
"It is unbelievable. It is the dream of dreams, the dream of the future, everything", Mbappe said.
"We´re going into a semi-final but it just seems like it´s the next step on the journey", Southgate said.
"I'm not saying that I'm not proud of what we did all together 20 years ago". This could be the more-exciting of the two semifinal matches.
They beat Belgium on Tuesday night by a single Samuel Umtiti / Marouane Fellaini goal.
Giroud, 31, kept his starting spot for France in the semi-final clash and has started five of his nation's six matches in the tournament so far.
"Two years ago, I remember what happened two years ago", he said. Will it be France; Belgium; England or Croatia?
"This is maybe a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity".
A World Cup champion will be crowned on Sunday.
In delirious scenes in Paris, fans let off fire crackers and released smoke flares - and predicted they would win a second World Cup.
"I am here with them today to write a new page in history, the most lovely page. We´ll repeat that this Sunday", said one supporter, Sebastien, as the crowd chanted: "We´re in the final!"