England will return from Rome to a London semi-final date with Denmark on Wednesday after a convincing 4-0 win over Ukraine in the last eight of Euro 2020.
Ukraine's Mykola Shaparenko (C) battles with England's Luke Shaw (L) and Declan Rice. Photo: Nick Potts/dpa
Captain Harry Kane needed just four minutes to break the deadlock from a fine Raheem Sterling pass and England were even quicker in their start to the second half.
Harry Maguire headed in a free-kick within a minute of the restart and Kane added an immediate third before Jordan Henderson nodded the fourth in the 63rd.
England will meet Denmark one game away from reaching a first final since they won the World Cup in 1966.
Denmark, European champions in 1992, beat the Czech Republic 2-1 earlier Saturday in Baku.
The first semifinal at Wembley, which also hosts the July 11 final, is Spain v Italy on Tuesday.
England's John Stones (L) and Ukraine's Roman Yaremchuk battle for the ball. Photo: Nick Potts/dpa.