England is ready to face Denmark at Wembley for the semi-finals of Euro 2020 on Wednesday, after beating Ukraine 4-0 on Saturday.
Their victory against the second-largest country in Europe after Russia, has given them confidence to strive for a place in a major final for the first time since 1966, especially if they beat Denmark.
The explicit triumph of 4-0 for Gareth Southgate’s side occurred in front of a small number of England fans in Rome
Earlier on, before the game, there was travel restriction imposed due to the effects deadly Covid-19. It was meant for fans in the UK not to travel to the game in Italy’s capital.
Despite this development, the scores during and after the game made the difference as four goals were celebrated loudly by Europe based England fans inside Stadio Olimpico.
Although, the restriction was actually in full course because, fans from the UK were stopped by extra police patrols outside the ground, while expats from mainland Europe managed to get tickets which gave England’s players an opportunity to feel at home.
The excitement and feeling from said England boss, Gareth Southgate was expressed with some comments. He said,
“These nights bring together families, communities,”
“To give people hope and looking forward is a part of the privilege of the job.”