England cruised into the semi-finals of the European Championship with a 4-0 thrashing of Ukraine at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday night.
New Manchester United signing Jadon Sancho was handed his first start of the tournament as Bukayo Saka dropped to the bench while Mason Mount replaced Kieran Trippier.
The Three Lions made the perfect start as top scorer Raheem Sterling turned provider to play in Harry Kane, who poked the ball beyond the on-rushing Georgi Bushchan after just four minutes.
Ukraine nearly hit back on 17 minutes when Roman Yaremchuk was slipped through on goal, but the attacker saw his strike palmed away by England shot-stopper Jordan Pickford.
Bushchan was called into action in the 32nd minute, with the Ukraine goalkeeper showing great reflexes to keep out Declan Rice's stinging effort through a sea of bodies.
After Andriy Shevchenko's side failed to find the equaliser in the first half, Gareth Southgate's men doubled their advantage minutes after the restart as Harry Maguire headed home Luke Shaw's free-kick.
England got their third goal on 50 minutes when Shaw turned provider once again, this time picking out Kane for the close-range header to complete his brace.
Jordan Henderson replaced Rice just before the hour mark and his impact was almost immediate as he bagged the fourth the goal in the 63rd minute with a neat header from Mount's cross to round off an emphatic win.
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Czech Republic 1-2 Denmark
Denmark's fairytale run at EURO 2020 continued after defeating the Czech Republic 2-1 to secure a spot in the semi-finals on Saturday night.
The Danes got off to the perfect start as Thomas Delaney lost his marker to send a powerful header past Tomas Vaclik from Jens Stryger Larsen's corner on five minutes.
The Czech struggled to gain a hold of the ball after falling behind, but they had to wait until the 24th minute for an opening as Coufal's cross found Tomas Soucek who nodded wide of the mark.
Denmark nearly added a second goal from a swift counter attack eight minutes before the halftime break, but Damsgaard saw his powerful strike saved by Vaclik.
The Danes were not to be denied a few minutes later as Kasper Dolberg bagged his third goal of the tournament after turning home a superb cross from Joakim Maehle.
Czech Republic responded soon after the break when Patrick Schick bagged his fifth goal of the tournament with a sweeping first-time finish from Vladimir Coufal's cross., moving level with Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Czechs threw on Vladimir Darida and Matej Vydra to bolster attack as the pressure on Denmark began to grow after Yussuf Poulsen and Christian Norgaard were introduced for the opponents.
In the end, the Danes were able to see out the closing stages to secure the win and a spot in the final four.
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