England is in all praises after beating the 1992 champions to the Euro finals spot at the Wembley Stadium. The finalists are all fired up to bring home their second major trophy ending the 55-year wait after showing off with an overtime 2-1 win against the Danish. Be it Mikkel Damsgaard’s free-kick in 30th-minute tailing Jordan Pickford despair or taking advantage of captain Simon Kjaer’s blunder, Harry Kane’s side did not disappoint the enthralled audience.
Kasper Hjulmand's Denmark team who had a rough start with the fall of Christian Eriksen faced the end of their bumpy ride losing against the Three Lions. The match took off in the extra- time for both sides following a no-goal second half, but Kasper Schmeichel’s rebound gave the lead to England which lasted till the final whistle. England finally reached the final after the 1968 and 1996 semi-finals losses and ready to face Italy on Sunday.