England supervisor says win over Germany to succeed in quarter-finals will depend for little in the event that they fail to make the semis.

When: Saturday, July 3
The place: Stadio Olimpico, Rome
Kick-off: 19:00 GMT

England shall be on their guard in opposition to shock Euro 2020 quarter-finalists Ukraine in Rome on Saturday with supervisor Gareth Southgate warning his aspect to not look too far forward and underestimate their underdog opponents.

After beating outdated rivals Germany in a knockout match for the primary time because the 1966 World Cup remaining, Southgate stated that win will depend for little in the event that they lose to Ukraine.

“We’ve achieved one problem however that’s not the Everest we set ourselves,” Southgate stated. “We need to push on.”

“It’s one other probability for the group to make historical past. We’ve moved on from Germany fairly shortly and it’s not straightforward since you get all these pretty messages. However the mindset has obtained to be about Saturday. Not past Saturday.”

The draw has opened up properly for England, who shall be favoured to beat a aspect coached by former Ballon d’Or winner Andriy Shevchenko.

England will face Ukraine in Rome, having performed their first 4 video games on residence turf.

A extra subdued ambiance awaits on the Stadio Olimpico, the place the variety of England followers among the many permitted capability of 16,000 is predicted to be restricted.

England supporters have been warned to not journey to the Italian capital for the sport as COVID-19 restrictions imply even these with tickets can not use them.

Italian well being rules require followers travelling from Britain to look at 5 days of quarantine and subsequently they’d miss the match.

Underdogs Ukraine are twenty fourth within the FIFA world rankings – 20 spots beneath the Three Lions – and have been the final of the third-placed sides to progress to the final 16.

Ukraine are trying to make the final 4 of a serious event for the primary time because the break-up of the Soviet Union, having matched their run to the quarter-finals of the 2006 World Cup.

“We’ll do our greatest, attempt to shock them. However we all know that to get previous them we must play the most effective sport of our lives,” stated Ukraine midfielder Oleksandr Zinchenko.

The winner will tackle both the Czech Republic or Denmark, who play earlier on Saturday, of their quarter-final.