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On the cusp of a second successive semi-final appearance at a major tournament, England prepare for battle away from their Wembley headquarters as they meet Ukraine in the quarter-finals of Euro 2020 in Rome on Saturday.

The Three Lions sunk their old nemesis Germany 2-0 to book their place in the last eight of the tournament, while surprise package Ukraine enjoyed a pulsating extra-time win over Sweden last time out.

Ukraine had Sweden to thank as they scraped into the last 16 of Euro 2020 by the skin of their teeth, with the Scandinavian side sinking Poland to ensure that Ukraine would qualify from their group as one of the four best third-placed outfits.

However, Andriy Shevchenko’s side were in no position to do Sweden any favours of their own, as Oleksandr Zinchenko’s powerful drive opened the scoring before Emil Forsberg’s deflected effort would force another last-16 tie to go to extra-time.

England captain Harry Kane very nearly let emotion take over during his post-match interview on Tuesday, and not a single soul could have blamed him. After breaking his Euro 2020 duck and trying to conduct media duties with a 40,000-strong Wembley crowd belting out ‘Sweet Caroline’, Kane’s face truly said it all.

In what would ultimately turn out to be his final match at the Germany helm, Joachim Low witnessed his Mannschaft outfit enjoy the better of the opening periods, but England’s staunch defence demonstrated exactly why they have gone 540 minutes without conceding a goal as the scores were tied at the interval.

With 75 minutes on the clock, England’s man of the moment Raheem Sterling continued his rich goalscoring form with the opening goal, and after Thomas Muller inexplicably missed a gilt-edged chance to equalise, Kane put the game to bed to make Low’s Germany farewell a miserable one.

Having navigated what may prove to be their most difficult test en route to the final, England supporters are understandably licking their lips at the prospect of another Wembley outing for the July 11 final, as a very winnable fixture with the Czech Republic or Denmark – both of whom still command great respect – awaits in the final four should England produce the goods in Rom


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