After a tense night of digging in front of a partisan home audience, England is now at the peak of the wave, with goalkeeper Jordan Pickford making some important saves before Sterling broke the deadlock in the second half.
The 26-year-old took Luke Shaw’s cross home, driving supporters crazy, but after his loose ball caused Thomas Muller to rush through, he quickly panicked.
But the German veteran-who scored twice in the 2010 World Cup exit against England-was inexplicably pulled away, and Kane opened his game by guiding the cross of home fans’ favorite Jack Gregory. Account.
England’s route to the Euro 2020 final
8pm: England vs Sweden or Ukraine | Rome, Italy
8pm: England vs Czech Republic or Denmark | Wembley