England has reached the European Championships final by beating Denmark 2-1 at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday evening.
Despite Gareth Southgate’s men, seen as favourite teams to book their place in final stage of the competitions, it was the Danes, who first broken the deadlock through Mikkel Damsgaard.
The Sampdoria winger scoring a spectacular free-kick to put his side’s ahead of Gareth Southgate’s men on the half-hour mark of the game.
England, then, got themselves level though Kjaer’s own goal, after Gunners starlet Bukayo Saka produced brilliant cross in own view reach Raheem Sterling but unfortunately Denmark defender delivered the ball inside his own net.
The 1-1 draw sent the semi-final into extra time before Harry Kane scored winning goal through spot-kick after Raheem Sterling was foul inside the box.
England, who reach their first major final appearance since 1966, with host Italy at Wembley Stadium on July 12.