One south London family will be fervently cheering on Colombia in tonight's World Cup match, despite living on England's 'most patriotic estate' and being surrounded by hundreds of England banners

The Kirby Estate in Bermondsey got the public's attention last month for its super-enthusiastic support of the national team, with residents flying 300 England flags outside their homes..

But as well as many England fans the estate is also home to Colombian Sandra Ramos, who has lived there for 19 years and will be cheering on her country with nearly 40 family and friends.

A giant screen has been installed on the estate and fans of both teams will eat, drink and watch the last-16 game in Moscow together.

Sutton Guardian: A Colombian family on the Kirby Estate will be supporting their country against England in the World Cup. Photo: SWNS

Sandra's son Jean-Paul Jhonas said: "I'm 100 per cent supporting Columbia, even though I was born here.

"I don't know how it's going to go. It'll be very close, a difficult game.

"The English supporters think it will be easy for them, but I don't think it will.

"We're in a strong position and many of the top teams are out. It's been a very unpredictable World Cup."

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The 18-year-old is a semi-professional footballer and plays midfield for Sutton United while his little sister Ashley plays for Crystal Palace.

He added: "She's a striker. We all love football."

On whether there's been any digs about their flag he said: "The neighbours have been very nice.

"They've invited us to watch the game downstairs on the big screen.

"We're inviting everyone we know here for tomorrow, all our family and friends.

"There'll be about 30 to 40 of us to have more of an equal balance.

"I won't be supporting England if we lose - I'll be supporting my South American teams.

"For me it's about the football and I like the way they play in South America.

"Whoever wins tomorrow has a good chance of going all the way to the final, so it will be a good game."

Sutton Guardian: A Colombian family on the Kirby Estate will be supporting their country against England in the World Cup. Photo: SWNS

Jean-Paul's great-great-grandad was English.

He said: "He moved to Columbia and met my great-great-grandma.

"His actual name was Jones, but they spelt it wrong so it was left as Jhonas."

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Mum Sandra said: "I'm very excited about tomorrow."

The 48-year-old restaurant worker said she misses Columbia: "I miss everything- I miss my mum, my family and friends - the weather.

"But I moved here for a better life and the people are nice.

"Everyone's been really good here, it's a nice estate.

"It's a good community with lots of families."

Chris Dowse, 39, who owns the projector that will be set up for the big game, said: "I want people to come - someone's going be happy and someone's going to be sad, but it's going to be great."