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England defeats Denmark to advance to Euro 2020 final | Euro2020 News

Captain Kane’s overtime champion led England to the first Grand Slam final since 1966, and they will face the Italian team at Wembley on Sunday.

England defeated Denmark to enter the 2020 European Cup final. This is their first semi-final victory since the 1966 World Cup, as Harry Kane’s overtime goal allowed them to score 2–2 at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday. 1 wins.

England had to fall behind because Simon Kjaer’s own goal canceled Mikel Damsgaard’s wonderful free kick for Denmark in the first half.

The home team was in a leading position from start to finish, but tried hard to break the Danish defense. After Raheem Sterling fell to the ground with the least contact, the England team was awarded a penalty in the 103rd minute, allowing captain Kane to decide the game.

From the fear and pain of Christian Eriksen’s first game collapse to their first semi-final since winning the European Cup in 1992, Denmark ended their emotional journey. It was a difficult one. Way, but when their exhausted player left Wembley, the socks rolled off, but the head was still high.

England will return to Wembley on Sunday, where they lifted the World Cup 55 years later, but they did it.

They made it to the semifinals without conceding the ball and needed something special to pierce their defender, because Damsgaard fired a powerful 25-yard free kick, over the wall, over Jordan Pickford diving-this is the tournament directly from The first goal scored in a free kick-30 minutes later.

Before the equalizer in the 39th minute, Raheem Sterling was blocked by Casper Schmeichel from close range when Bukayo Saka hit the sideline and made a low pass. Kjaer tied the ball. On his own line, trying to prevent the ball from reaching Sterling.

Schmeichel played again, an excellent diving save repelled Harry Maguire’s header, and England began to turn things around.

However, despite the pressure and relentless passing and temptation around the penalty area, the England team still worked hard to make a clear start and the game entered overtime.

The extra 30 minutes turned into a virtual offensive and defensive exercise, as Schmeichel saved again from Kane and Jack Greeley.

Sterling continued to drive into the penalty area and was eventually knocked down by Joe King Mahler. Kane blocked the free throw due to the VAR review, and Schmeichel blocked it, only to squeeze the rebound home for the captain.

Danish players applaud the fans after losing in the semifinals [Frank Augstein/Reuters]



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