Prince William, the president of the Football Association, rejoiced the FIFA world cup game of England thrashed Panama 6-1 on Sunday.
During the match, Duke of Cambridge was flying to Jordan for a historic Middle East tour.
The Duke of Cambridge watched the momentous game in replay that helped England ease into the World Cup last 16. He watched the match with his host Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah.
Crown Prince of Jordan Hussein bin Abdullah posted pictures on his Instagram account late Sunday, where he and Duke of Cambridge were seen watching a replay of the game on a huge flat television screen.
The royals are seen sitting on a couch in what appears to be a recreation room in Beit al-Ordon, the private residence of Jordan´s royal family in the Hummar district west of Amman.
A devoted Aston Villa fan, Prince William, is wearing beige pants and a tie-less sky blue shirt, while 23-year-old Hussein, is wearing a short-sleeved T-shirt and jeans.
“Having a relaxing evening with His Royal Highness Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, after his first day in #OurJordan,” Prince Hussein wrote in a caption that accompanied one of two pictures of the pair.
“Watching the replay of the England game that we missed earlier today,” says another caption showing the cavernous room where the two princes are watching the game.
Prince William arrived in Jordan on Saturday at the start of a Middle East tour. He will be the first British royal to pay official visits to both Israel and the Palestinian territories.
The royal visit by the second in line to the British throne has been billed as a chance to bond with Hussein, a fellow graduate of Britain’s Royal Sandhurst Military Academy.