London – England has Raheem Sterling to thank for its trip to Rome on Saturday for its Euro 2020 quarterfinal against Ukraine, with the team now favored to reach a European Championship final for the first time.
The Manchester City star is already playing in his fourth major tournament but his talent, until now, had not been fully appreciated by England fans.
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