The Euros continues to provide stellar performances and the final round of matches in Group D of the competition was another example.
England and Czech Republic went into their match knowing that they had done enough to get into the knockout stages of the competition, England however grabbed a 1-0 win at Wembley to top the group and keep an impressive third consecutive cleansheet.
Gareth Southgate made impressive changes to the starting XI that drew against Scotland as he introduced Jack Grealish and youngster Bukayo Saka to the starting lineup and managed to secure all three points tonight, the Three Lions now look forward to the knockout stages as they are yet to know their next opponent.
Croatia needed to win against Scotland to secure a spot in the knockouts and that was exactly what they did as they grabbed an impressive 3-1 victory over Scotland to send them home.
Croatia’s captain Luka Modric was the star of the show as he grabbed a fantastic goal and an assist to help his side get a much needed win on the night.
As things stand Groups E and F are yet to conclude their round of fixtures.