National teams of England and Germany crossed their swords in the Round of the last 16 of Euro 2020.
Both squads have showed high-class performance throughout the game, and both chose defensive tactics; consequently, there was not much to remember in terms of bright moments and great chances to score.
In the second half, the overall pace increased. The final 15 minutes of the game sealed the fate of the match; Raheem Sterling launched the attack on the right flank. Jack Grealish passed the ball to Luke Shaw who landed a cross from the left flank. Sterling turned it home, opening the score.
Soon after that, Garreth Southgate's team managed to double their advantage. Grealish delivered a cross, and Harry Kane performed a successful header.
So, England made its way to the quarterfinals. The team will face the winner of the fixture between Ukraine and Sweden.