England have gone through to the quarter finals of Euro 2020, following a 2-0 victory over Germany at Wembley tonight.
The game's first goal didn't come until the 75th minute, when Raheem Sterling ended the deadlock with a calm finish from Luke Shaw's low ball into the six-yard box.
This was followed up 10 minutes later by a second goal from England captain Harry Kane, who headed home from Jack Grealish's cross, securing England's lead with five minutes to go.
The squad will now face either Sweden or Ukraine in a quarter final clash on 3 July in Rome.
Speaking after the match, Sterling told BBC Sport that the win was a 'special moment', and that the game had seen an 'all round great' performance from the team.
He said: "We knew we needed to put in a very good performance against a very good side and I thought we did that.
"Doing it for your country is always special and it's definitely a special moment. I wondered if it [his goal] was offside, but I was very happy it went in.
"We knew the intensity we can play at and not many teams can deal with it. The two boys in midfield, Declan [Rice] and [Kalvin] Phillips, they were class, they ate up ground. All round great team performance.
"We'll take it game by game. We'll see who we're playing now. We'll go away and recover and get focused on the next one."
The Manchester City winger referred to Germany as a 'very good side', adding that the next step for England was to 'get focused' for Rome.
Declan Rice also said the victory felt 'incredible', saying: "Today, with a full house, everyone had that fire in their belly to go out there and, one: knock Germany out of the tournament, and two: go through to the next round."
He added: "We've created our own bit of history."
Around 43,000 fans were in the stands at Wembley this evening, 1,800 of whom were Germany supporters.
Among the famous faces were the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and young Prince George, singer Ed Sheeran and his wife Cherry Seaborn, and former England skipper David Beckham.
After the final whistle was blown, the crowds erupted into a rendition of 'It's Coming Home', with Kane saying in a post-match interview with BBC Sport: "To hear Wembley like this was just a moment none of us will ever forget."
England's next Euro 2020 match will take place at 8pm on 3 July, when they will go against either Sweden or Ukraine.
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