Harry Kane, the England captain photo

England qualified for the quarter-finals after beating Germany  2-0 at Wembley on Tuesday.

On the other hand, Ukraine conserved an impressive extra-time win over Sweden to reach the quarter-finals of the European Championship for the very first time.

Ukraine VS England at KTN home Euro 2020 match of the day photo

Manchester City star Oleksandr Zinchenko gave his side the lead against Sweden before Emil Forsberg equalised after his straight smash on the verge of half-time.

But in the 121st minute of the match, Artem Dovbyk netted the winning goal to send his country to the top eight.

Ukraine can count itself as very lucky to be in the quarter-finals, having lost two of their 3 group games.

Andriy Shevchenko’s men privileged for the knockouts as the lowest-ranked third-place team, but they are now making the most of their chance.

Ukraine VS England at KTN home Euro 2020 match of the day photo

However, facing the Britons is not a walk-in Park. They need to power their game against England, who are now the bookmakers’ favourites to lift the trophy.

Exceptionally, the Three Lions have yet to concede a goal at Euro 2020, although they have only scored four goals in four games. They have been scoring just 1 goal per game with 2 goals only for Germany.

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