The goals that had a nation in raptures were scored by Harry Kane (two), Harry Maguire, and Jordan Henderson.
Following England’s 4-0 demolition of Ukraine on Saturday, fans are dreaming of Euro 2020 triumph.
Gareth Southgate’s team will return to Wembley on Wednesday to play Denmark in the competition’s semi-finals, with their opponents flying in from Baku.
As a result, England has a good chance of reaching the final, which will be held on July 11 at Wembley.
Harry Kane’s two goals, as well as efforts from Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson, sealed the victory and sent the country into raptures.
With a sixth consecutive clean sheet on Saturday, the Three Lions advanced to the semi-finals.
Former England players Alan Shearer, Frank Lampard, and Rio Ferdinand have expressed their delight following the 4-0 hammering of Ukraine in the Euro 2020 quarter-final on Saturday.
Shearer has remarked that “something extraordinary is happening” with Gareth Southgate’s team, and the former players have all praised the current squad’s approach.
What’s been said so far?
Shearer told BBC One, “Something spectacular is happening.” “We got off to a bad start in the competition, but we’re getting better with each game. My intellect is urging me to calm down, but my heart is racing with excitement.
“Now is the time for us [observers] to get enthusiastic about [the performance], and it is the time for them to keep their heads down and stay confident,” Lampard remarked.
Southgate’s use of his vast squad choices has been praised by Ferdinand.
The former centre-back stated, “I feel even more confident today.” “The highest compliment I can pay this team is that I have never seen a team that is that composed.
“All of the players who have come on have had a great impact on the game, and the manager is making good use of the roster. Everyone is defending their decision. It’s difficult to play against them.”
England’s aggressive expansion
Despite having a plenty of attacking options, the Three Lions were criticized for playing bad football during the group stage. They scored 0.0 anticipated goals in the second half of a 1-0 triumph over the Czech Republic to end the round, demonstrating their determination to win at all costs.
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England, on the other hand, has now scored six goals in two knockout matches, defeating Germany 2-0 and overwhelming Ukraine.
On Saturday, Harry Kane scored twice, while Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson added goals in the second half. Henderson scored his first goal for England with a header.