England scored twice late on to end a 55-year wait for a knockout tie victory over Germany at Wembley to reach the Euro 2020 quarter-finals.

Gareth Southgate's side who usually seem to passive came to earn a statement victory that has so often eluded England, and it was their talisman of this tournament, Raheem Sterling, who made the decisive breakthrough.

Sterling, who scored the winners against Croatia and the Czech Republic in the group stage, steered in Luke Shaw's cross after 75 minutes to send England's fans, with more than 40,000 inside Wembley, into wild celebrations. Harry Kane later on doubled that Lead with a header that passed Neuer.

England now face Ukraine in the quarter-finals in Rome on Saturday after they scored a last-minute winner in extra time to beat Sweden. It will be live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.


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