In the comment thread of the last post, mr mike ventured: "They will be celebrating in Scotland tonight;"
They were fairly restrained in Orkney - can't speak for the rest of Scotland, as I haven't been there in twenty months. At the commencement of battle, the flags of all the competing nations were flown along the harbour walls in Kirkwall and Stromness. The England flag, of course, was taken down and vandalised. An Orkney Islands Council spokesperson sorrowfully reminded the citizenry that the flag was private property and shouldn't have been vandalised. Not a word about the disrespect shown to a partner nation in the United Kingdom.
Anyway, here's how Orkney celebrated Italy's victory over England: