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LONDON: England manager Gareth Southgate hailed his team for reaching their first tournament final in 55 years but said Italy, their opponents in Sunday’s decider, will be a “massive hurdle”.
LONDON (Reuters) - While England exulted at reaching a first major final since 1966, there was increasing outcry abroad over the penalty awarded for a foul on Raheem Sterling in extra time to give them a 2-1 win over Denmark in their Euro 2020 semi-final.
LONDON (Reuters) - England may have narrowly beaten Denmark 2-1 in extra time in their European Championship semi-final match at Wembley on Wednesday but statistics show the home side dominated proceedings and set a tournament record for touches in the box.
(Reuters) - European football's governing body UEFA opened disciplinary proceedings against England on Thursday over a laser pen shone at Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel during the deciding moment of their Euro 2020 semi-final.
LONDON (Reuters) - Four more players will win their first England caps this Saturday after coach Eddie Jones named his team to face Canada at Twickenham.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - With their Euro 2020 campaign looking over by halftime in the opening game after Christian Eriksen's collapse, Denmark somehow came blazing back to reach the semi-finals, only to finally run out of steam as they lost to England after extra time.
(Reuters) - England ended a 55-year wait to reach a major final after they overcame Denmark at Euro 2020 and the result dominated the front and back pages of the country's newspapers on Thursday with most going on a similar theme to Daily Mirror's splash: "Finally".
LONDON (Reuters) - Of course it had to be a penalty. Every law of poetic justice decreed so. And of course England’s captain missed it. In extra time. But this time there was a twist.
LONDON (Reuters) - England manager Gareth Southgate hailed his team for reaching their first tournament final in 55 years but said Italy, their opponents in Sunday's decider, will be a "massive hurdle".
LONDON (Reuters) -England forward Raheem Sterling said they showed a great team spirit to come from a goal behind to beat Denmark 2-1 in their Euro 2020 semi-final on Wednesday, and insisted the focus has shifted straight away to Sunday's final against Italy.