England Qualifies for European Championship, Denmark Also Nears Qualification


Summary: England secures a place in the European Championship after defeating Italy, while Denmark’s win puts them on the verge of qualification.

In a rematch of the Euro 2020 final, England defeated Italy 3-1 at Wembley Stadium, securing their spot in next year’s European Championship. Captain Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford both contributed goals to the victory. Meanwhile, Denmark had a narrow 2-1 win over San Marino, leaving them on the brink of qualification. San Marino briefly threatened an upset, but Yussuf Poulsen’s header secured the win for Denmark. With these results, England and Denmark join the likes of Germany, Austria, Belgium, France, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, and Turkey in the 24-team tournament. Italy will play Ukraine in November to decide the second qualifying spot in Group C. Hungary and Serbia are still waiting for their chance to qualify, while France defeated Scotland 4-1 in a friendly match between already qualified teams.

Tags: England, European Championship, Denmark, Italy, Wembley Stadium, Harry Kane, Marcus Rashford, San Marino, Euro 2020, Ukraine