England 2-1 Denmark
England reached the Euro 2020 final. In the first half, Harry Kane put a good cross in the penalty area that Raheem Sterling came close to scoring. Kyle Walker made an important interception to prevent Mikkel Daamsgard from breaking through. Kasper Schmeichel comfortably saved to hold off a low shot from Sterling. Pierre-Emile Hojberg tried to score from the edge of the penalty area, but Jordan Pickford was vigilant to save the ball.
In the 29th minute, Denmark got a free kick on the edge of the penalty area. Daamsgard stepped up to take it and puts a superb shot into the top corner to put Denmark ahead. Schmeichel made a superb save to deny Sterling a shot from close range. A moment later, England found the equaliser as Simon Keir put the ball into his own net in an attempt to defend a low pass from Bukayo Saka. This goal brought England back to the level of conditions before the end of the first half.
in the second half, Jordan Pickford made a superb save to stop Kasper Dolberg from scoring from outside the box. On the other side, Schmeichel made another brilliant save, this time blocking Harry Maguire with a header tied to the goal. Kane thought England should have been awarded a penalty after colliding with a Danish defender on the edge of the penalty area.
The referee thought otherwise and gave the free kick the other way. Mason Mount He almost scored with a daring chip from outside the penalty area that Schmeichel had to flip over the bar. Near the end of the match, Jack Grealish nearly made Kane for the win in the last minute but a pass was cleverly intercepted just before halftime.
In overtime, Schmeichel saved well to protect Kane with a low shot. Grealish almost bowed with a shot from the edge of the penalty area with the effort of the Danish goalkeeper. Yannick Westergaard fouled Rahim inside the penalty area and left the referee with no choice but to award England a penalty. Kane stepped up to take the penalty kick and saved it but put the ball into the net with the rebound to make it 2-1. Denmark couldn’t find a way to get back into the game as England retained a win and a place in Sunday’s final.
Italy 1-1 Spain (4-2 penalties)
Italy qualified for the Euro 2020 final by defeating Spain at Wembley. In the first half, Nicolo Parilla hit the post early in the game, but the assistant referee raised his flag for offside before any Italian player could catch the rebound.
Mikel Oyarzabal couldn’t control the ball well enough after Koke played it on goal. Eric Garcia made a decisive save to prevent Parilla from putting the ball into the empty net. Gianluigi Donnarumma made a superb save to deny Dani Olmo to put Spain ahead. Shortly before the end of the first half, Emerson found space inside the penalty area, hit the crossbar and almost put Italy ahead.
After the break, Giovanni Di Lorenzo made a good interception to avoid Ferran Torres touching the ball at the back of the net. Pedri played a good pass to put Sergio Busquets on the edge of the penalty area to hit the target with his effort and narrowly cross the crossbar. Donnarumma made a comfortable save to save Oyarzabal’s long-range shot.
A moment later, a quick counterattack saw Ciro Immobile across the goal, Aymeric Laporte made a good challenge to stop him, but he couldn’t do anything to stop Federico Chiesa from controlling the ball and curving it into the net. To make it 1-0 to Italy in the 60th minute. Oyarzabal missed a good chance to equalize for Spain after failing to connect with a good cross into the penalty area.
Unai Simon comfortably saved to prevent Domenico Berardi’s 2-0 win with a shot from the edge of the penalty area. Shortly thereafter Olmo played a superb through ball in the way of Alvaro Morata who scored the equalizer for Spain in the 80th minute. All was well after 90 minutes with no team being able to find a winner.
In overtime, Donnarumma made a superb save to deny Olmo a low free kick, and Morata saw his effort in the rebound which was repelled by the Italian defence. Berardi held the ball past Italy, but before he could even celebrate, his goal was disallowed for offside. Neither team was able to achieve the winning goal as the match was entered in a penalty shootout. Italy won on penalties 4-2 to confirm their place in Sunday’s final.