Is everyone sitting uncomfortably? Then I'll begin. Welcome to ... England v Denmark ... in the semi-final of Euro 2020!

Euro / Semifinal
Wembley / 07.07.2021
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Pete Sharland
Pete Sharland
Updated 07/07/2021 at 21:38 GMT
It's over! England have won it, just, and Wembley is going off. The players celebrate, and look exhausted as they do so. Denmark are equally out on their feet too, and crestfallen. What a tournament they've had.
England's story goes on; they'll be back on Sunday night for their first major tournament final in 55 years.
Thanks for your company, night night.
Brilliant play again from Sterling as he glides past Andersen into the area and forces a good save from Schmeichel.
It's keepball for England, and Denmark look shattered. England are close, can Denmark go to the well one more time?
There are holes everywhere now; Foden tries to glide a ball through to release Kane, but it's overcooked.
Braithwaite hits Denmark's first shot in an age, which deflects off an England player on the edge of the area. Pickford takes no chances, and turns it behind for a corner.
Henderson hits the deck in the area after a one-two; nothing doing this time.
Sterling has been superb tonight for England. He skips past two and runs the ball into the Danish half, feeding Kane on the left of the area. Kane can't work the angle for the shot though, and has to play the ball back out.
With Trippier on, England have gone to five at the back. They're ceding possession to Denmark, and looking to hit on the break.
Denmark have the ball, and are trying to get something going, but they've put a lot in defensively here and it's hard work moving it across the pitch. Can they muster one chance?
Off we go again then, a huge 15 incoming. If Denmark are going to pull this back they'll have to do it with ten men; Jensen is off injured and they have no subs left.
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Jack Grealish is off, Kieran Trippier is on. It seems to be tactical; being a subbed substitute is hard to swallow, but I doubt that decision will be discussed at any great length if England hold on to this.
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Looking at that penalty decision again, it looks generous to say the least. I'm very surprised that Makkelie wasn't asked to have another look at it.
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Jonas Wind is on for Denmark, replacing Vestergaard. There's no time for anything else; England are 15 minutes from the final, and Denmark need to dredge something up in that time.
Kane wins a free kick for England on the right of the Danish area, to huge cheers.
Harry Kane
Harry Kane
On target3
Fouls against3
GOAL! England 2 (Kane 104) Denmark 1
Kane goes low to the right, and Schmeichel lunges across to save it! The loose ball breaks to Kane though, and he drills it into the opposite corner to put England ahead!
PENALTY! Sterling dances his way around Maehle in the bottom right corner. He's into the area... and Maehle nibbles at him and Sterling goes over! There doesn't look to be much contact, is it clear and obvious enough to be reversed? After a minute or so, no it isn't! Huge chance for England!
Denmark are being pinned back here. England have three dangerous dribblers in Foden, Grealish and Sterling threatening from all angles, and Kane lurking too. Henderson gets to the byline for England, and Vestergaard nods the cross behind for a corner.
Three half-chances for England in quick succession; Maguire's header from the corner is hacked away from near the line, a long boom from Grealish is punched away by Schmeichel and Sterling blazes over from the edge of the box. Phew!
England swing a few crosses into the box, the latter of which by Shaw deflects behind for a corner.
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Two more changes for England as Jordan Henderson and Phil Foden replace Rice and Mount.