With real-time updates on Wembley Stadium, England and Denmark have secured a place in the Euro 2020 final on Sunday.
- England’s goal is to reach the European finals for the first time
- Denmark won the European Cup in 1992
- England have yet to concede a goal in Euro 2020
- Denmark lost the first two games
- Kick-off time: 19:00 GMT
- The winner will face Italy in Sunday’s final
- Italy beat Spain 4-2 on penalty in the first semifinal
England not conceded
It is worth mentioning that the England team has not conceded a goal in the tournament so far-that was five games without conceding.
They didn’t score too many goals in the beginning-they scored two goals in three group matches.But scored six goals in two knockout rounds, including one 2-0 victory over Germany…… It is frustrating “Psychic” elephant Who predicted the victory of Germany!
With less than two hours left before the start, now is the best time to make predictions.
Will it be England? Will it be Denmark?
Just two options (this is a knockout). Vote now 👇
Who will win tonight #EURO2020 Wembley semi-finals? 👇
-AJE Sports (@AJE_Sport) July 7, 2021
Road to the semifinals
Beat Croatia 1-0
0-0 draw with Scotland
Beat the Czech Republic 1-0
Beat Germany 2-0
Beat Ukraine 4-0
0-1 lost to Finland
1-2 lost to Belgium
4-1 defeated Russia
Beat Wales 4-0
Beat the Czech Republic 2-1
“Is the football home?”
England’s national anthem of “Football Home”-chanted by fans at Wembley Stadium after the German game-is not for everyone.
The Danish goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel swipes the so-called triumphant song cheekyly and said: “Has it ever been home? I don’t know, have you won?”
🗣 “What does it mean to you to stop it from’going home’ tomorrow night?”
“Have you ever been home? Have you won?”
— ITV Football (@itvfootball) July 6, 2021
Denmark will have to do anything that the team did not do in the Euro 2020 game against England in order to reach the championship final: scoring goals.
The Danes recovered from two losses in the first game of the game and will face England in the second semi-final at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday.
At the same time, the England team has not lost a game or conceded a goal in the 2020 European Cup so far, and will play in their national football stadium.