England ran through their Euro 2020 quarter-final against Ukraine thanks to a 4-0 success in Rome.
An early Harry Kane goal laid the groundwork for success, though it was only in the second half that they really pushed ready.
A Harry Maguire head from a Luke Shaw free-kick shortly after restart made it two, while Kane soon added a third.
Jordan Henderson ended the route after getting off the bench.
Had a devastating game from the left back that delivered a high quality of cross into the box through this encounter. In fact, it was his contribution early in the second half that was telling as he delivered assists in quick succession for Maguire and Kane to power in the net. Taken shortly after to be kept in reserve for Denmark.
Raheem Sterling could have been quieter than in recent games, but his contribution was still an important one as he laid the foundation for England’s success with a fine run from the left early, followed by an accurate pass for Kane to score from.
Kane has been fighting for his doubters since the start of the competition, but the goal against Germany has started his campaign. Scored nicely on the stretch early and was then provided with a fine post which he converted to make it three before 50 minutes were played. Like Shaw, he was replaced before the end of the game, his job was thoroughly done.