England boss Gareth Southgate has told his squad that they have already celebrated their 2-1 victory over Denmark and advancing to the Euro 2020 final.
scored an extra-time goal from the spot asEngland defeated Denmark 2-1
on Wednesday to book their place in the Euro 2020 final against
opened the scoring for his side from 25 yards, which took England goalkeeper
The Three Lions drew level through a
's own goal when he slid to block
’s cross headed for
and instead redirected it into their own net.
During the second half of the game, England had more possession than Denmark, but neither side managed to score a winner and prevent the game from going to extra-time.
In the first half of extra time,Tottenham
forward sent the ball into the back of the net from the rebound after Denmark's
had saved his initial spot-kick.
Kane's penalty puts England into their first European Championship final and the Three Lion’s first major final since beating West-Germany 4-2 in the 1966 World Cup.
Asked if his players will be given some time to celebrate their victory, Southgate told ITV
: "They’ve had it, haven't they? It looked like mayhem on the pitch to me.
"I was part of it, so... We’re in a final, let's enjoy that fact.
"We have to enjoy that but it's one more massive hurdle and we have to try and get over that.
"I'm so proud of the players. It was an incredible occasion to be a part of.
"The fans were incredible all night and we knew it wouldn't be straightforward.
"The game in Rome the other night (4-0 win vs Ukraine) was so straightforward and we said to the players that we are, at some point, going to have to show some resilience and come back from some setbacks. We did that tonight."