The Three Lions of England were in superb form as they thrashed Ukraine 4-0 at the Stadio Olimpico, Rome.
England had a great start to the game, scoring the opening goal in the fourth minute, after Raheem Sterling dribbled past obstacles, to set up Harry Kane, who scored his second goal of the tournament.
Just like the first half, the Three Lions scored the second goal a few seconds after the restart, following a clumsy challenge on Kane, and Luke Shaw sent in a perfect cross that was well headed home by his Manchester United captain, Harry Maguire.
In the 50th minute, England made it 3-0, with Shaw at the end of another brilliant cross that was headed home by the captain, Harry Kane.
Super sub, Jordan Henderson scored from a Mason Mount corner kick, six minutes, after coming on for Declan Rice. His first ever goal for the Three Lions of England.
Ukraine’s journey has now ended, while England will face off with Denmark in the semifinal.