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Euro 2020: Sterling, Kane On Target As England Beat Germany To Reach Quarters

Euro 2020: Sterling, Kane On Target As England Beat Germany To Reach Quarters

England reached the quarter-final stage of Euro 2020 following a 2-0 win against great rivals Germany at the Wembley Stadium on Tuesday.

It was England’s first win against Germany in 55 years.

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Raheem Sterling put The Three Lions ahead from a Luke Shaw cross 15 minutes from time.

Harry Kane was perfectly placed to head home Jack Grealish’s pass four minutes later after Shaw had won the ball back in midfield.

Gareth Southgate’s side will play Sweden or Ukraine in the quarter-finals of the compettion in Rome on Saturday.

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  • glory 3 years ago

    Oga Rohr abeg take am easy. I have been told you have been totally distraught by fRANCE and Germany being knocked out. Thats just how we nigerians feel everytime nigeria SE or any other national team lose a match. These things really hurts abi. lolzzz. You be my man die nor go lie. Anyway shall, just tell CSN make dem post that your picture wey I dey like well well… that face of a real real stubborn man. Lolz God bless Rohr, God bless ALL deserving SE players and God bless nigeria. Yours sincerely Glory B.

  • pompei 3 years ago

    Not a surprise result, in my opinion. This England team is capable of succeeding. When you have guys like Sterling and Kane in your team, anything is possible. England beating Germany is not a surprise. The surprise is the way Germany lost. A spineless, hapless performance. And what a miss by Muller in the second half! The miss was swiftly punished, as a few seconds later, Kane grabbed England’s second goal. Werner was also guilty of throwing away a few chances. Moral of the story – always bring your scoring boots to a knock-out game!
    This is the most Un-German Germany I’ve ever seen. The usual German never-say-die attitude, the fighting spirit, the resilience, nowhere to be found. Just a bunch of talented players playing together with very little purpose and even less desire.
    If Low remains in the job, he has a lot of work to do.
    As the Euros get to the business end of proceedings, the likely champ in my opinion will be one of Belgium, Spain, and England. If Italy beat Belgium in the quarters, replace Belgium with Italy. England must really fancy their chances for this one. The only teams I think can beat them are Belgium and Spain. And England are quite capable of beating both as well. All to play for. May the best team win. Great entertainment for neutrals, unbearable anguish and apprehension for fans and supporters, coming right up!

    • GLORY 3 years ago

      Spot on @ Pompeii. This is England chance. If they fail again this time, then they must shut their crap forever in matters of football. Sterling is one player that has over the years so impressed me. His tenacity, his strength, his desire to win etc are second to none despite his size. My only worry is if England eventually wins, the whole no go hear word ooo. Na so so phrase like: in Jack Grealish, you’ve got the best 10 in the wooorrld, in Luke Shaw, you ‘ve got the best left back in the wooorrld etc etc we go hear. Anyway e don too tay shall. 1966 to now lobbi small thing ooo.

      • pompei 3 years ago

        Lol Glory, you’re right. If England wins this thing, we no go hear word again. That is the English way. They can hype themselves and their things to high heavens!
        For the sake of Sterling and Kane (my good friends, lol), I actually hope England can win the trophy. It’s been way too long. They should be able to handle Ukraine in the quarters. Na the semis wey wahala go dey.

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