Match No. 1061 - Wednesday, 10th July 2024, 9:00pm

  • "Seven minutes in, they were slow to react when Marc Guéhi, restored at left centre-back after a one-match ban, headed away a long ball. Declan Rice gathered possession, but he did not sort out his feet and was swiftly dispossessed by Simons... advanced with one thought in his mind, any doubt banished by John Stones backing off. A few yards outside the area, the midfielder laced a right-footed effort towards the far corner and pretty much stunned Jordan Pickford, who was beaten by the power of the shot despite getting a hand to the ball." Xavi Simons, 7' 6:41
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    • 1
    • Bart VerbruggenBart Verbruggen.
      Born 18th Aug 2002, Zwolle, Netherlands.
    • 22
    • Denzel DumfriesDenzel Dumfries.
      Born 18th Apr 1996, Rotterdam.
      16:28 Kicking Kane on his follow-through to give away the penalty.
    • Off 90'+3'92:41
    • 6
    • Stefan de VrijStefan de Vrij.
      Born 5th Feb 1992, Ouderkerk aan den IJssel.
    • 4
    • Virgil van DijkVirgil van Dijk.
      Born 8th Jul 1991, Breda.
      (c) 86:13 Dissent. Arguing that his side (rightly) should have had a corner.
    • 5
    • Nathan AkéNathan Benjamin Aké.
      Born 18th Feb 1995, Den Haag, Netherlands.
    • 24
    • Jerdy SchoutenJerdy Schouten.
      Born 12th Jan 1997, Hellevoetsluis, Netherlands.
    • 18
    • Donyell MalenDonyell Malen.
      Born 19th Jan 1999, Wieringen, Netherlands.
    • Off HT'45:00
    • 7
    • Xavi SimonsXavi Quentin Shay Simons.
      Born 21st Apr 2003, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
      90:15 Protesting after Watkins' winner.
    • Off 90'+3'92:40
    • 10
    • Memphis DepayMemphis Depay.
      Born 13th Feb 1994, Moordrecht.
    • Off 35'34:24
    • 14
    • Tijjani ReijndersTijjani Martinus Jan Reijnders Lekatompessy.
      Born 29th Jul 1998, Zwolle, Netherlands.
    • 11
    • Cody GakpoCody Mathès Gakpo.
      Born 7th May 1999, Eindhoven, Netherlands.
    • 16
    • Joey VeermanJohannes Cornelis Maria Veerman.
      Born 19th Nov 1998, Purmerend, Netherlands.
    • On 35'34:24
    • 9
    • Wout WeghorstWout Weghorst.
      Born 7th Aug 1992, Borne.
    • On HT'45:00
    • 19
    • Brian BrobbeyBrian Ebenezer Adjei Brobbey.
      Born 1st Feb 2002, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
    • On 90'+3'92:40
    • 21
    • Joshua ZirkzeeJoshua Orobosa Zirkzee.
      Born 22nd May 2001, Schiedam, Netherlands.
    • On 90'+3'92:41
  • "Saka was next to drive forward, wriggling away from Nathan Aké, who was having a torrid time. Desperation taking over, the Dutch defence panicked as the ball reached Kane, who shot over a split second before being caught by a high foot from Denzel Dumfries [13:42]. It was a clear foul, albeit one that needed a VAR review [15:56], and Kane stepped up to take his first penalty in a tournament since his miss against France. Would he blink again? No chance. Verbruggen guessed correctly, diving to his right, but Kane’s shot was too hard and England celebrated a deserved equaliser." Harry Kane66th of 66 goals. Right-footed from 12 yards., 18' 17:34 (pen)
  • Assist: Cole Palmer. "He's done itttttttttttttt! OLLIE WATKINS! Sensational scenes as the substitute surely wins it for England. He turns Stefan de Vrij in the box and produces the sweetest of finishes - low and hard. The Netherlands cannot believe it." Ollie Watkins4th of 4 goals. Right-footed from 8 yards., 90' 89:59
    • 1
    • Jordan PickfordEverton, 67th of 67 caps
      30 years, 4 months, 3 days
      Goalkeeper
    • 2
    • Kyle WalkerMan City, 89th of 89 caps
      34 years, 1 months, 13 days
      Centre Back
    • 12
    • Kieran TrippierNewcastle Utd, 54th of 54 caps
      33 years, 9 months, 21 days
      Left Wing Back
      93:39 In the dying seconds the ball goes out of play towards the England bench and Trippier prevents Zirkzee from taking a quick throw.
    • Off HT'45:00
    • 4
    • Declan RiceArsenal, 57th of 57 caps
      25 years, 5 months, 27 days
      Midfielder
    • 5
    • John StonesMan City, 78th of 78 caps
      30 years, 1 months, 13 days
      Centre Back
    • 6
    • Marc GuéhiPalace, 16th of 16 caps
      23 years, 11 months, 28 days
      Centre Back
    • 7
    • Bukayo SakaArsenal, 39th of 39 caps
      22 years, 10 months, 5 days
      Right Wing Back
      85:23 Tripping Gakpo.
    • Off 90'+3'92:12
    • 26
    • Kobbie MainooMan Utd, 8th of 8 caps
      19 years, 2 months, 21 days
      Midfielder
    • Off 90'+3'92:29
    • 9
    • Harry KaneBayern Munich, 97th of 97 caps
      30 years, 11 months, 13 days
      Centre Forward
      (c)70th captaincy
    • Off 81'80:03
    • 10
    • Jude BellinghamReal Madrid, 35th of 35 caps
      21 years, 0 months, 11 days
      Attacking Midfielder
      71:10 "Jude Bellingham goes in VERY late on Stefan de Vrij and get a yellow card. Fair play to De Vrij for not making a big deal of that."
    • 11
    • Phil FodenMan City, 40th of 40 caps
      24 years, 1 months, 13 days
      Attacking Midfielder
    • Off 80'79:59
    • 3
    • Luke ShawMan Utd, 33rd of 33 caps
      28 years, 11 months, 29 days
      Left Wing Back
    • On HT'45:00
    • 24
    • Cole PalmerChelsea, 8th of 8 caps
      22 years, 2 months, 4 days
      Attacking Midfielder
    • On 80'79:59
    • 19
    • Ollie WatkinsAston Villa, 14th of 14 caps
      28 years, 6 months, 11 days
      Centre Forward
    • On 81'80:03
    • 14
    • Ezri KonsaAston Villa, 7th of 7 caps
      26 years, 8 months, 18 days
      Centre Back
    • On 90'+3'92:12
    • 16
    • Conor GallagherChelsea, 18th of 18 caps
      24 years, 5 months, 4 days
      Midfielder
    • On 90'+3'92:29

England Starting Formation

    3-4-2-1 For the last couple of minutes Walker went to right wing back and Konsa to centre back.

Notes

  • Euro FinalEngland progress to their second successive Euro final and first on foreign soil.
  • Penalty: Harry Kane22nd scored from 26 taken (84.6%). England's 149th overall. 18th minute. "Saka was next to drive forward, wriggling away from Nathan Aké, who was having a torrid time. Desperation taking over, the Dutch defence panicked as the ball reached Kane, who shot over a split second before being caught by a high foot from Denzel Dumfries [13:42]. It was a clear foul, albeit one that needed a VAR review [15:56], and Kane stepped up to take his first penalty in a tournament since his miss against France. Would he blink again? No chance. Verbruggen guessed correctly, diving to his right, but Kane’s shot was too hard and England celebrated a deserved equaliser."

Sources

Managers

Referee

  • Germany Felix Zwayer

Attendance

  • 60,926

Half Time Score

ELO Ratings

  • Up 1 place, gaining 26 ranking points to 1997 points England - 7th - 1
  • Netherlands - 8th