Raheem Sterling’s third goal in the European Championship helped England beat Germany 2–0 to reach the quarter-finals
LONDON – England ravaged by history: Germany have finally been beaten again in a tournament.
There is no need to endure more punishment lavish or rejected goals this time.
And like England’s two group victories, Raheem Sterling was on the scoresheet, breaking the tense deadlock in the 75th minute as he started and finished.
The Round of 16 finally saw England net more than once at Euro 2020, and Harry Kane took the pressure off his shoulders by scoring at the end. The striker led Jack Grealish’s cross in the 86th minute to give England only their second win in the knockout stages of the European Championships.
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