Bukayo Saka's England sealed their place in the Euro 2020 final with a 2-1 victory over Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday evening.
Our young forward returned to the starting XI after missing out against Ukraine through injury and provided a crucial assist to send England on their way to victory.
Gareth Southgate's side started the game brightly but fell behind after half an hour when Mikkel Damsgaard scored the first direct free-kick of the tournament to beat Jodan Pickford from 25-yards.
The Three Lions were behind for just nine minutes, though. Harry Kane's slide-rule pass put Saka in behind and his low cross forced Simon Kjaer to turn the ball into his own net to level the scores.
Chances then came and went for England who were forced to wait until the 104th minute to finally take the lead in front of the home fans. Raheem Sterling burrowed into the box before being brought down and referee Danny Makkelie wasted no time in pointing to the spot.
Captain Kane saw his initial penalty saved by Kasper Schmeichel but reacted quickest to tuck home the loose ball and seal the win.
Saka and England will next be in action when they face Italy at Wembley for the final on Sunday.
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