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England will take on Ukraine in the quarter-finals of Euro 2020 in Rome on Saturday night.

The Three Lions progressed to the last eight of the tournament with a famous 2-0 victory over rivals Germany at Wembley on Tuesday evening.

Raheem Sterling gave Gareth Southgate's side the lead in the 75th minute before Harry Kane put the match to bed in the closing stages.

They were joined in the next round later on Tuesday night by Ukraine, who battled to a last-gasp victory in extra-time at Hampden Park.

Oleksandr Zinchenko gave Ukraine the lead on 27 minutes but Emil Forsberg equalised for the Scandinavians just before half-time

Southgate's side have discovered their quarter-final opponents
(Image: Justin Tallis/AFP via Getty Images)

RB Leipzig attacker Forsberg hit the post twice in the second half but neither side was able to find a winner as the game progressed to extra-time.

Sweden found themselves on the back foot just nine minutes into the additional 30 when Marcus Danielson was sent off for a reckless challenge after the referee consulted the pitchside monitor.

Ukraine were unable to make the man-advantage count at first, but Artem Dovbyk popped up with the vital winner in the 121st minute to prevent a penalty shootout and break Swedish hearts.

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