The Euro 2020 competition has advanced to the semi-finals. The semifinals will play on July 6 and 7. Here’s a look at how the bracket shaped up as the competition moves another round closer to crowning a champion.
Italy had a scare against Austria in the round of 16, needing extra time to take out the strong defensive unit. The Azzurri held on against Belgium in a 2-1 win to advance to the semifinal. Italy has won its last 13 fixtures.
Spain bounced back after an embarrassing own goal against Croatia to score three straight, only to give away two late goals to go to extra time. The group then beat Switzerland in penalty kicks to make the semi-final round.
The Danes took down Czech Republic 2-1 with Thomas Delaney and Kasper Dolberg providing goals in the first half for the victors. Patrik Schick gave Czech Republic hope with an early strike in the second half, but Denmark held on to preserve the victory and a spot in the semi-final.
Harry Kane scored two goals as England stormed past Ukraine 4-0 to reach the semi-final. England was up 1-0 entering the second half, but Harry Maguire and Kane quickly broke the game by scoring right after each other. Jordan Henderson found the back of the net off a corner kick to notch his first international goal.