England’s Harry Kane (bottom) celebrates with his teammates after scoring a goal against Denmark during their Euro semi-final match on Thursday. Associated Press
England defender John Stones has challenged his team to make their Euro 2020 “dream” come true when they face Italy in Sunday’s final. Gareth Southgate’s side have reached the country’s first European Championship showpiece
Three World Cup qualifiers against San Marino, Albania and Poland over the next week provide England manager Gareth Southgate with his final chance to experiment before he names his squad for the delayed Euro 2020.
England is gripped by Euro 2020 fervour as Gareth Southgate’s men prepare to take on Denmark for a place in the final of a major tournament for the time in 55 years. England will walk out to a wall of noise at Wembley on Wednesday
Denmark captain Simon Kjaer said he was disappointed their unforgettable Euro 2020 run came to a halt in the semi-finals following Wednesday’s 2-1 loss to England. “It’s been a fantastic adventure. I’m sorry that it’s now finished but that’s how it is,” Kjaer told Danish
Martinez will play in a back three with Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni opting for more defensive cover against the Dutch.
"We have a whole people behind us, a continent behind us and the Arab world behind us. That's a lot of energy behind us. We're going to try and do everything we can," Regragui said on the eve of the match against Portugal.
The match finished 1-1 after extra time, with Bruno Petkovic cancelling out Neymar's brilliant solo opener. Croatia goalkeeper Dominik Livakovic saved a penalty attempt by Rodrygo and Marquinhos later hit the post.