England are by way of to their first European Championship last and their first main last in 55 years due to a nail-biting 2-1 win over Denmark after extra-time.
Harry Kane acquired the decisive aim as he scored a controversially awarded penalty on the rebound.
Earlier, Mikkel Damsgaard gave the Danes the lead with a superb free-kick within the first half however the Three Lions replied not lengthy after as Simon Kjaer scored an personal aim.
The winner, scored within the 12th minute of the primary half of extra-time, was shrouded in controversy as Joachim Maehle was adjudged to have tripped Raheem Sterling within the field.
However the overwhelming majority of the Wembley devoted received’t care about it one jot as England at the moment are only one win away from being European champions.
England began the match with function but it surely was the Danes who took the lead due to a shocking free-kick by Damsgaard.
The strike, which beat Jordan Pickford from 30 yards, was even likened to a signature Cristiano Ronaldo free-kick by talkSPORT’s Sol Campbell.
However Gareth Southgate’s males didn’t take lengthy to hit again, with Denmark captain Simon Kjaer placing the ball in his personal internet.
It got here after Bukayo Saka was put by way of on aim by Harry Kane’s exact by way of ball, the Arsenal man crossed low for the onrushing Raheem Sterling however Kjaer acquired there first and was unable to divert it away from aim.
The aim got here moments after Kasper Schmeichel denied Sterling from point-blank vary and the Danes wanted to name on their keeper after the break as he produced a ‘David Seaman-esque’ save to maintain out Harry Maguire’s header.
England continued to probe with Pierre-Emile Hojberg practically scoring an personal aim, whereas Harry Kane had a giant penalty declare waved away by referee Danny Makkelie. VAR backed the person within the center up.
Kane failed to attach with Jack Grealish’s low cross from the left because the nervy match went into extra-time.
Additional-time began just like the 90 minutes completed as England continued to dominate, Kane and Grealish forcing Schmeichel into extra good saves.
However the match turned on the 102nd minute because the referee pointed to the spot when Sterling went down following a problem from Maehle. Replays didn’t present any conclusive contact however VAR opted to stay with the on-pitch choice.
Kane was the one to step up and Schmeichel did excellently to avoid wasting to his left however the captain was quickest to react as he tucked the ball residence.
England meet Italy within the last at Wembley on Sunday, a match you’ll be able to take heed to LIVE on talkSPORT. BRING. IT. ON.