England had been on the verge of relegation into League B having gone 1-Zero down in a repeat of the World Cup semi-final.


However a Jesse Lingard faucet in and late Harry Kane strike took England from the underside of their group to prime.


It means they are going to now go into the Nations League Finals alongside three different groups subsequent summer time.


The match will happen in Portugal and England boss Gareth Southgate is delighted to have progressed.


“We have not sat again after the summer time and preened ourselves,” mentioned Southgate.




“We have progressed. Individuals can see the fashion and begin to consider in what we’re doing.


“We did not focus on relegation beforehand. We simply noticed this as a chance. We noticed it as a quarter-final.


“It is nice as we needed to stay with the stress. If we are able to get an environment like that we’ll be very sturdy.


“We have come out of an extremely powerful group – when it comes to kind and world rating the hardest one there was.”




When is the semi-final draw?


The draw takes place in Dublin subsequent month.


Monday December three will see the groups which have certified discover out their destiny.


When will England play?


The Nations League Finals will happen in early June.


The 2 semi-finals will likely be on June 5 and June 6.


The ultimate and third-place play-off will each happen on June 9.




Who will England play?


There will likely be simply 4 groups within the Nations League Finals.


Alongside England, Portugal and Switzerland have additionally certified.


One different nation will likely be determined tonight with Netherlands dealing with Germany.


Germany are already relegated nonetheless in the event that they beat the Dutch then France will progress.


Ought to the Netherlands win or draw, they are going to progress to Portugal.






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