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This year’s Euro Cup competition has been an intriguing one, with several of the top teams dropping out suddenly.
As things stand, England will face Italy in the final on Sunday, with the game set to take place at Wembley Stadium.
After defeating Denmark on Wednesday night, England was able to qualify.
Coach Gareth Southgate made only one change to his squad for the encounter, starting Bukayo Saka instead of Jadon Sancho.
Denmark had the lead in the first half through Mikkel Damsgaard’s stunning free-kick.
Saka then crossed in the ball for Simon Kjaer to divert it into his own net for 1-1.
The scoreline remain 1-1 till the end of the 90 minutes as they subsequently went into extra time.
The Three Lions were awarded a controversial penalty after Raheem Sterling went down in the box which Harry Kane converted his rebound after Kasper Schmeichel saved the initial effort.