Harry maguire, England’s defense, declared this Saturday, after qualifying for the semifinals of the Eurocup by winning 0-4 to Ukraine, we must flee the euphoria, and recalled that, without wanting to “be a spoilsport”, “this does not end here.”
“It’s a fantastic feeling. Reaching the semi-finals of a great tournament twice in a row is a great achievement,” he told BBC Sport remembering the past Russia World Cup.
“I do not want to be a spoiler, but this does not end here. Another great game awaits us and we want to go further this time,” he added, recalling that on Wednesday they play Denmark in the semifinals.
“We wanted to improve from set pieces because we had not scored in this way in this tournament and tonight we have scored two goals like that, one by me and the other by Jordan (Henderson)”, he pointed.
Recalling his goal, which made it 0-2, he said: “It was a great ball from Luke shaw, and as soon as I headed in I knew it was a goal. It’s nice to participate with a goal, but the most important thing is that we won. ”