England after crushing Ukraine 4-0 in Rome on Saturday will take on Denmark in the semi-final who are sailing smoothly at the moment after beating Czech Republic in the Quarter-Final. Harry Kane scored twice while Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson also scored at the Stadio Olimpico.
The quarter final against Ukraine was the only game the England had to play away from Wembley Stadium and it was their most impressive performance. England are now back from Rome to face the Danish challenge on Wednesday. Denmark beat Czech Republic 2-1 in Baku.
On the other hand, Spain will play Italy in the first semi-final on Tuesday and the final will be played next weekend at Wembley. England is in the last four of Euro Cup after 25 years. English players are looking for a repeat performance of 1966 England team that won the FIFA World Cup at home.
Denmark has been impressive in this edition of Euro Cup since the trauma of Christian Eriksen’s cardiac arrest in the opening defeat by Finland. Denmark is in the semi-final of Euro-Cup for the first time since winning the title in 1992.