Euro 2020: England to playfinal for the first time since 1966

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Harry Kane’s last goal in few minutes to final stoppage time gave England a 2-1 victory over Denmark, giving the 3 Lions a place in the final for the first time in 55 years, where they will face Italy who knocked out Spain in their match last year.

Denmark scored their first goal in the 30th minute through Mikkel Damsgaard, although the England international woke up just before half-time, only to be fouled by Simon Kjaer’s own goal before the penalty shoot-out. Harry Kane scored in the last minute.

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The game, which took place at Wembley Stadium in London in front of nearly 60,000 spectators, erupted in cheers and applause without thinking of measures to prevent the spread of Covud-19, as the joy of reaching the stage where England had been born before each was born.

Among the players was 50-year-old Gareth Southgate himself.

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Not only those at Wembley Stadium last night was a huge celebration for many families in the country where the nightmare was celebrated.

Former England striker Gary Lineker, who was part of England’s 1966 World Cup winning squad, says he does not think he deserves to see his country again in the final under a major World Cup.