England has qualified for the Euro finals after beating Denmark 2 goals to 1 in extra time . Denmark started by scoring a free kick by Mikkel Damsgaard in the 30th minute.The first half ended with a draw when the Denmark Captain Simon scored an own goal making each team scoring on in the first half.
Both team played a goalless draw in the second half which made they played an extra time . Denmark played very well in the extra time but England got a penalty when Denmark player tackled Raheem Sterling in the 18 yard box and made they had a penalty.
Harry Kane scored a beautiful penalty tick when Denmark goalkeeper saved the penalty but was later , Harry Kane made a counter back by scoring. The game ended by England winning 2 goals to 1
England will face Denmark in the first Semi-finals. Denmark qualified after beating Czech Republic two goals to one. The other semi-finals will be between Spain and Italy. The winners will face each other on 11 July.
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