Raheem Sterling Reacts After England’s 2-0 against Germany


Raheem Sterling starred with the opening goal against arch-rivals Germany at Wembley on Tuesday to help England enter the quarter-final of the ongoing EURO 2020.

Sterling broke the deadlock in the 75th-minute of the match with a perfect finish and then 11 minutes later it was Harry Kane to doubled the lead with a tricky header of a Jack Grealish cross.

After the win, Sterling thanked fans for all the love and support they showed for the team at Wembley. His tweet read: “Love to all the fans supporting at home and all the fans at Wembley stadium, you were with us all the way.”

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With the strike, Sterling has joined Gary Lineker as the only players to score each of England’s first three goals of a major tournament. The Manchester City star scored the game’s only goal in two 1-0 wins in the group stage, helping England reach the last 16 as group winners.

“We knew we needed to put a big performance in against a very good German side and I thought we’ve done that today,” Sterling told the BBC. “Scoring for your country is always special and it’s definitely a special moment for me.

“I celebrated and for half a second I thought, ‘Don’t let it be offside!’ I’m really happy it went in and I’m really happy we got the win.”

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Sterling would be an important player for England heading into the later stages of the tournament. England would now play Ukraine in the quarter-final. Ukraine beat Sweden 2-1 to seal a date with the Gareth Southgate side.


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