England have qualified for the semi-finals of the Euro 2020 Competition following their 4-0 thrashing against Ukraine, booking a mouth watering encounter with Denmark on Wednesday 7th July, 2021 at Wembley stadium in England.
As early as the 4th minute, Raheem Sterling provided a through pass to Kane who beat the oncoming goal keeper to register the first goal.
There were no more goals until the start of the second half when England added their second and third on the 46th and 50th minutes through Harry Maguire and Harry Kane respectively. Both goals were assisted by Luke Shaw.
The Ukrainians had no way back into the game and the die was cast for their elimination, as that was confirmed with England's four goal from Jordan Henderson. Mason Mount provided a sumptuous corner into the box and Henderson was just on the right place at the right time to head the ball home to make the score line 4-0 for the 'Three Lions'.
Referee Felix Brych from Germany could not even wait for the 90th minutes to end and ended the game few second to full regulation time.
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