England have book their place in quarters-finals of the major soccer tournament this evening after beating Germany 2-0 at Wembley Stadium.
The Three Lions made perfect start to the game as Raheem Sterling long-range effort save shot-stopper Manuel Neuer in the 15th minutes of the game.
Germany had their opportunity through Timo Werner, but the Blues forward missed one-on-one golden chance as England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford save his effort with leg.
Raheem Sterling, was once again produced another attempts by dribble pass three Germany defender but Harry Kane failed to converted it after the ball unfortunately appear in front of him.
Both parties are unable to broken the deadlock until 74th minutes when Raheem Sterling converted Luke Shaw brilliant cross to put England ahead.
Germany, then had another golden chance opportunities to scored equasiler goal but Thomas Muller failed to converted it after Sterling back-pass force on Havertz, who delivered it to Bayern Munich striker.
Harry Kane, then doubled the Three Lions lead in the 86th minutes through header after Jack Grealish delivered a brilliant cross.
Kai Havertz, meanwhile, delivered spectacular strike but his effort was save by England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, he also setup two glorious chance but Werner and Muller failed to converted it.