Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Nine Months Later, Iceland Welcome 'England Babies'

It's nine months since Iceland's historic victory over England at Euro 2016 and the Icelandic population is still seeing the results of the unbelievable win.
Yesterday marked the nine-month point since the biggest shock in the history of the Euros and according to magazine Visir, the Landispalti hospital in Reykyavik has had some very busy days.

The number of babies born in the Icelandic hospital have doubled in the past two days, which is a clear result of Iceland's good results at the Euros.

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