Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane struck as England arrived at the quarter-finals of the European Championship with a 2-0 success over rivals Germany at Wembley on Tuesday.
England will play either Sweden or Ukraine, who meet later on Tuesday in Glasgow in the last eight.
It was England’s first knockout round triumph inside an hour and a half at the Euros and came after midfielder Jack Grealish was presented in the 69th moment.
After six minutes, after a quick passing move, left wing-back Luke Shaw slipped the ball across the substance of the objective for Sterling to slide in – starting energy among 45,000 fans at Wembley with “Football’s Coming Home” repeating around the famous field after the last whistle.
Grealish was the immediate supplier for England’s second, crossing from the left for Kane to beat goalkeeper Manuel Neuer with a stooping header.
Prior, England manager Jordan Pickford did well to keep out Timo Werner prior to tipping over a stinging volley from Kai Havertz. At the opposite end, Mats Hummels denied Kane with a last-ditch leeway not long before halftime.
“We realized we required a major execution against a troublesome side, and we did that today,” Sterling said. “Doing it for your nation is consistently exceptional.”
“We knew the power we could play at, not a ton of groups can manage it … All-round, extraordinary group execution.”
“We take it game by game, we disappear, recuperate and get engaged onto the following one.”👇👇👇Follow Us On Social Media👇👇👇