The Three Lions’ demolition of Ukraine in Rome set up a clash with Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday night, with restrictions on capacity set to be eased for the fixture.
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Former England captain Alan Shearer believes “something special” is happening with the team at Euro 2020 after booking their place in the semi-finals.
Harry Kane scored twice as Ukraine were swept aside 4-0 in Rome, with Harry Maguire and substitute Jordan Henderson also on target.
After the drama of defeating Germany at a packed Wembley on Tuesday night, it was in the end a fairly straightforward evening for the Three Lions at the Stadio Olimpico.
Gareth Southgate’s side have yet to concede a goal in the tournament so far, and will return home to face Denmark at Wembley.