England vs Denmark team news and Italy vs Spain reaction

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Follow the coverage live as England and Denmark prepare to meet in the Euro 2020 semi-finals tonight.

Last night, Italy beat Spain on penalties to reserve their place for Sunday’s final. Last night’s epic took place at Wembley Stadium, which will also host tonight’s clash and Sunday’s biggest game, giving England the best chance of winning a trophy in decades. But, like Italy, Denmark is a dangerous enemy.

Since star midfielder Christian Eriksen collapsed in the Danes’ opening loss to Finland, Kasper Hjulmand’s organized side have managed to channel their emotions into an inspiring career. After a narrow loss to world number one Belgium in their second match, Denmark beat Russia, before following a similar defeat against Wales in the round of 16. Then there was a tough team from the Czech Republic, which Denmark beat to host this semi-final. -final meeting with England.

Gareth Southgate’s side are unbeaten at Euro 2020 and are the only side to have conceded a goal yet in the tournament in what has been a historic streak. A disappointing draw against Scotland in the group stage was the only ‘slip’ of any note, with narrow but professional wins over Croatia and the Czechs on either side of this clash, before the Southgate players broke through. another historic barrier to beat Germany. 2-0 in the round of 16. In the quarter-finals, the Three Lions beat Ukraine in Rome, England’s only Euro 2020 game not to be played at Wembley, and now Denmark are waiting.

We’ll bring you all the latest news from inside Camp England, as well as all the construction of Wembley throughout the day:


England vs Denmark: Italy awaits the final

The winners of tonight’s semi-final between England and Denmark face Italy in the final on Sunday at a crowded Wembley stadium.

Italy, arguably the tournament team so far, beat the Spaniards on penalties after a 1-1 score in regulation and a 0-0 overtime.

Federico Chiesa put Italy ahead in a match in which, for the first time at Euro 2020, he finished second, before substitute Álvaro Morata tied with Spain at the end.

But the striker missed his penalty on penalties, before Chelsea midfielder Jorginho calmly scored his penalty to send Roberto Mancini into ecstasy. Azzurri in the final, the first of a major tournament since Euro 2012, when they were beaten by Spain.

Here’s our football editor Miguel Delaney with his Wembley report last night:

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England vs Denmark Breaking News: Welcome!

welcome to The independentLive coverage ahead of the Euro 2020 semi-final between England and Denmark.

The draw, like last night’s epic between Italy and Spain, will take place at Wembley Stadium, as will the final on Sunday.

In this match of the highest competition, Italy awaits the winners of tonight’s semi-final.

Roberto Mancini’s men beat Spain on penalties last night, and English and Danish fans are hopeful that their respective sides won’t have to endure the same strain tonight.

A victory for England would lead them to their first final since the 1966 World Cup, which they won, while Denmark’s last final was at Euro 1992, where the Danes lifted the trophy.

Follow all the preparation for tonight’s semi-final with us right here …

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