Harry Kane netted twice as England cruised through to the semi-finals of Euro 2020 with a one-sided 4-0 win over Ukraine in Rome on Saturday.
The Three Lions made both personal and international history in their rout at Stadio Olimpico, as Harry Kane snatched a double and Jordan Henderson finally scored his first senior goal for his country on what was his 62nd cap in the 4-0 triumph.
Gareth Southgate’s side then put this quarter-final tie out of sight with two more goals early in the second half, one from Harry Maguire before Kane netted again.
Jordan Henderson got the fourth from Mason Mout’s resulting corner as Denmark lie in wait in the Wembley semi-final on Tuesday. England will be confident of going on to reach a first ever European Championship final and even now claiming a first major international title since 1966.
Regardless of the opposition, their display at the Stadio Olimpico was a step-up in class in the final third to previous games at the Euro and they will be favourites at home against Danish side who played their own quarter-final against the Czech Republic on Saturday in distant Baku.