Over 16 million people watched England knock Wales out of the World Cup on Tuesday night.
England's 3-0 victory was broadcast on BBC One and was seen by a peak audience of 18.7 million across all of its platforms including iPlayer and BBC Sport Online.
The figure does not include those who watched on Welsh language channel S4C.
England's win was the most watched game of the World Cup so far in the UK.
England's opening game against Iran drew around 8 million viewers however it was broadcast in the middle of the day when most people were at work.
Their second game against the USA on Friday evening was seen by a similar number of people to England v Wales and scored a peak viewership of 18 million for ITV.
Iran v USA which was broadcast at the same time as England v Wales was watched by an average of 600,000 people but a peak of 2.4 million tuned in for the game which was shown on BBC Two.
The USA beat Iran 1-0 to progress into the last 16 though Iran have been knocked out of the tournament despite beating Wales last week.
Though Wales have been sent home, England have progressed into the next stage of the competition and will play Senegal on Sunday night. That game will be broadcast by ITV.
Also joining England and Senegal in the second round of the World Cup so far is the USA, Netherlands, Brazil, Portugal and France.
The next group of fixtures are played later today with Tunisia taking on the already qualified France, Poland facing Argentina, Australia playing Denmark and Mexico heading out against Saudi Arabia.
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