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England's path to the final is now complete with Italy standing in their way to etch their name as European Championships winners for first time in their history.
The rescheduled and pan-European tournament final will be hosted at Wembley in front of 60,000 spectators as those who are able to get the hottest ticket in town will witness the Three Lions in their first major final in over half a century.
Roberto Mancini's side booked their place in the final following their 4-2 penalty shoot out win over Spain after the two European giants failed to be separated after 120 minutes with Federico Chiesa's effort being cancelled out by substitute Alvaro Morata slotted home the equaliser with 10 minutes to play.
Can Harry Kane lead England all the way?
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England, on the other hand, had to come from behind to beat Denmark after Mikkel Damsgaard's superb free-kick opened the scoring midway through the first half. But on the stroke of half-time, the Three Lions' horror became hope again after Simon Kjaer turned the ball into his own net from Bukayo Saka's teasing cross.
They went one better from three years ago after Mario Mandzukic's extra-time winner sealed the Croatians place in the World Cup final in Russia.
Holders Portugal were dumped out by the right-foot of Thorgan Hazard whose swerving effort wrong-footed Rui Patricio as Belgium progressed but they were eventually knocked out by finalists Italy after Nicolo Barella and Lorenzo Insigne scored the decisive goals in Munich.
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With many fans looking to set to miss out on attending the final after the government's decision against allowing full capacity for the final, you can still get your hands on the official Euro 2020 final programme.
You can purchase the programme here, but it is worth noting that it may not arrive in time for the showpiece championship match at the home of English football.
Harry Kane's rebound sealed their place in their first major final since the World Cup triumph in 1966. It will be 25 years since Wembley hosted the final after Oliver Bierhoff golden goal sealed the famous win for Germany over the Czech Republic.
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Former Liverpool midfielder Patrik Berger famously fired the Czech's in front from the spot but a goal 17 minutes from time levelled the score before the cup-winning goal from Bierhoff came just five minutes into extra-time.
Some 50 matches after Italy's resounding 3-0 win over Turkey, they find themselves in the final after their impressive rise to the fore despite the original tag as outsiders prior to the tournament.
Chiesa is one of those who has rose to stardom as Gianluigi Donnarumma asserts himself as one of the best goalkeepers in the world ahead of an impending move to Paris Saint-Germain.
To pre-order a copy of the UEFA EURO 2020 Official Final Programme, click here
England skipper Kane took time to stamp his mark on the tournament but when he did, adding the icing on the cake against Germany in the Round of 16, he has gone on to score four goals at Euro 2020, just one-off golden boot leaders Patrick Schick and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Kick-off for the final will be at 8pm with both ITV and BBC broadcasting their coverage of the final, live-streams will be available on the ITV Hub and BBC iPlayer respectively.