England romped through their Euro 2020 quarter-final against Ukraine thanks to a 4-0 success in Rome.
An early Harry Kane goal laid the platform for success, although it was not until the second half that they really pushed clear.
A Harry Maguire header from a Luke Shaw free-kick shortly after the restart made it two, while Kane soon added a third.
Jordan Henderson completed the rout after coming off the bench.
Had a devastating game from left-back, supplying a high quality of cross into the box throughout this encounter. Indeed, it was his contribution early in the second half that was telling as he supplied assists in quick succession for Maguire and Kane to power into the net. Taken off soon afterwards to be kept in reserve for Denmark.
Raheem Sterling might have been quieter than in recent matches, but his contribution was still an important one as he set the foundation for England’s success with a dashing run off the left early on that was followed by a pinpoint pass for Kane to score from.
Kane has been fighting his doubters since the beginning of the competition but the goal against Germany has kickstarted his campaign. Scored nicely on the stretch early on and was then supplied with a fine cross that he converted to make it three before 50 minutes were played. Like Shaw, he was replaced before the end of the game, his job thoroughly done.