DThe England national football team won 4-0 in the quarter-finals of the European Championship against Ukraine.Just after the final whistle of the Roma game on Saturday, the doubles goalkeeper knew Harry Kane There is only one topic with his teammates: the semi-final against Denmark at Wembley Stadium in London-and the opportunities that follow. “We want to win a big game. This is a great opportunity,” Kane said. “We must now restore, eliminate confidence in this game, and prepare for a tough opponent.”
The Three Lions gained great confidence in the face of overwhelmed Ukraine.Captain Kane (4th/50th minute), Harry Maguire (46th minute) and Jordan Henderson (63.) Scored a goal for the hosts in the semifinals and finals. For the first time in this game, he was able to be convincing offensively. 4:0 is the highest victory in the long history of the European Championship in England. “In the end, it was a very impressive performance,” praised defender Maguire. He defended well throughout the game and was the only team to score again in the fifth European Championship. team.
However, for Denmark, the opponent waiting at Wembley Stadium in London on Wednesday should be much stronger than Ukraine, although the early deficit could hardly cause any danger to the forward and made too many mistakes in the second half. “They are a good team and they have proved it again here,” the Scandinavian coach Gareth Southgate warned that he last time in the national league at home with 1- 0 defeated England and won 0-0. “After what happened in Christian, you are emotional,” Southgate said, referring to the Danish collapse Christian Erickson In the first EM game.
After years of waiting, England has reached the European Championship semi-finals for the first time since 1996-and is ready for its first Grand Slam title since winning the World Cup in 1966. “It feels great to win such a victory here,” Maguire said. “This shows that we have made tremendous progress. And we are still improving.”
The Three Lions should also get help from recent experiences-such as the 2018 World Cup, when the semi-finals played against Croatia 1:2. “Anyone present at the time remembered how painful it was not to reach the finals,” Kane recalled. Coach Southgate commented: “The team needs to go through a journey and experience pain to develop. We spent a good night, but also a painful night, we learn from them.”
At Wembley on Wednesday, England can prove it. The next milestone: the final on June 11. The opponent may be the strong Italian or Spaniard so far. “We still have a long way to go, and we are not satisfied yet,” Southgate said. “We have never participated in the European Championship finals. This is our next opportunity to make history.”