England had no mercy and thrashed Ukraine to get into the semifinals of the European Championship

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CELEBRATION. Kane scored two goals (Photo: AFP).

England nor did it mess up. With a forceful performance defeated Ukraine 4-0 and advanced to the semifinals of the Eurocup. The goals in the mythical Olympiad in Rome were made by Harry Kane (2), Harry Maguire and Jordan Herdenson. In the next instance it will collide with Denmark.

The English opened the game very quickly with a goal from Harry Kane, who took advantage of a good pass from Raheem Sterling 4 minutes into the first half. The center forward would score again in the 50th minute with a great header, impossible for the Ukrainian goalkeeper.

Also through a header Harry Maguire scored the second English goal (46) and Jordan Henderson the fourth and final (63).

In the semifinals, the English team will face Denmark in their Wembley temple, a revelation of this edition of the Eurocup and that inclined the Czech Republic 2 to 1. It will be England’s first appearance in this round since 1996., when she played host, being eliminated by Germany in the penalty shootout.

In addition, the English repeat the semi-finals in a major international tournament, after those they unexpectedly signed in the 2018 World Cup. The other semi-final of this European Championship, also at Wembley -like the final on Sunday the 11th-, places Spain with Italy.

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What happened in Denmark-Czech Republic

Denmark beat the Czech Republic 2-1 today at the Baku Olympic Stadium in Azerbaijan, and after 29 years they qualified for the semi-finals of the Eurocup.

The goals in the winner were from Thomas Delaney at 5 minutes of the first half and Kasper Dolberg at 42. The discount was marked by Patrik Schick at 3 of the complement.

DENMARK. The players celebrate their second goal (Photo: AFP).

Denmark showed great defensive solidity, beyond the scare at the beginning of the second half, and did the same with their collective performance in the first stage.

In this way, the Danes returned to a defining instance after the 1992 feat in which they ended up being champion for the only time in their history.

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