Gareth Southgate's men will play with Denmark on Wednesday matchday night after two goals from Harry Kane, a goal from Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson secured their spot in the semi-final phases of Euro 2020.
It was a prevailing display beginning to end from in-form England and similar to what he has done on various matches in this competition, full-back Luke Shaw had a vital influence all throughout.
He conveyed an good free-kick to Manchester United partner Harry Maguire, who made it 2-0 for England.
Then, at that point only minutes after the second goal, Shaw helped Harry Kane with a scooped cross from the left to make it three goals for England.
In fact, In the three minutes and 51 seconds it took to record two assists in the quarter-final match, Shaw accomplished a very wonderful stat like Zinedine Zidane.
Honestly, The 25-year-old recorded a bigger number of assists as they played with Ukraine than Zinedine Zidane did in 14 appearances for France at the European Championship.
After the last whistle, Shaw made light of the Zidane detail in his post-match talk with, considering it a 'strange' one.
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