- Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling scored the goals as England defeated Germany in the knockout of the EURO 2020
- The Three-Lions who are now among the favourites for the EURO 2020 title will be facing Ukraine in the quarterfinal
- Jurgen Klinsmann stated clearly that the victory was a deserved one from England as he wished them well
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England have been warned by German football manager Jurgen Klinsmann not to get carried away with their round of 16 win at the EURO 2020 stressing that they should lift their games.
Captain Harry Kane and Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling scored the two goals for England which sent Germany out of the EURO 2020 championship.
Win for England in the encounter means that the Three-Lions will be facing Ukraine in the quarterfinal clash which will be played on Saturday, July 3.
"Well deserved from England, they believed and they dominated the second half.
"Germany had two or three big chances but they didn't use them - England used theirs so well deserved, a fantastic night for England.
"This is England's moment and You've got to realise, you go through to the quarter-finals, and they can play in a semi-final here. There may be a sell-out crowd in the final.
"It's not going to be an easy road to the final, but it's doable and now they've shown the belief.''
Both of England's goals were scored in the second half of the game after the English failed to get the better of their oldest rivals in the first period.
Chances were few and far between in the first half but both sides had a shot on target each in the entire 45 minutes.
The Three Lions who were the better side had the first attempt on goal as Raheem Sterling's shot was pammed away by Manuel Neuer from 20-yards out.
Timo Werner also had his opportunity to score with his left foot but Jordan Pickford was quick to come out and make the save.
England looked the likelier team to find the back of the net in the second half but had to wait until the 75th minute to break the deadlock.
England's route to the final
Because of the upsets that took place in the last 16 that saw the exit of some big guns including Netherlands and France, England have fairly comfortable fixtures in both the quarter and semi-finals.
The Three Lions will face Ukraine in the quarter-finals and if they get past that stage, they will come up against either Czech Republic or Denmark.
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Source: Sports Brief News