England's players did their country proud in front of a jubilant Wembley crowd against arch-rivals Germany.
The Three Lions beat the old enemy 2-0 to secure their spot in the quarter-finals at Euro 2020.
Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane found the net, but there were huge performances all over the pitch from Gareth Southgate's team.
Harry Maguire was a dominant presence at the back for England, while Jack Grealish made a huge difference from off the bench.
Southgate now has some big decisions to make on Saturday in terms of who he turns to to start the quarter-final.
For now, Daily Star Sport has assessed each player's display vs Germany that secured England's spot in the last eight.
JORDAN PICKFORD 9
Like lightning off his line and had to be with sharp first-half save from Werner and truly sensational flying finger-tip stop from Havertz.
KIERAN TRIPPIER 6
Recalled for five man defence and to deliver decent set-pieces. Did that alright but dud not offer enough threat in open play.
KYLE WALKER 7
Loose passing is still a problem as seems so hyper but to be fair he gave the defence an extra layer of much-needed cover
JOHN STONES 7
Neat and tidy and dealt with German forwards with trademark finesse. Not too shabby with quality forward passing either.
HARRY MAGUIRE 8
Powerhouse from the off, bringing much-needed leadership all over park – should have scored after 26 minutes but did well alongside Stones.
LUKE SHAW: 8
Always available, always willing to push forward but fear of being done on counter stifled that creativity until n75th minute assist.
KALVIN PHILLIPS 6
Took a while to find timing in tackle and booked for poor foul on Kroos. Might have had assist but for Maguire wayward header.
DECLAN RICE 6
One early poor pass, then yellow for last-gasp foul meant he had to watch his step for majority of evening. Reduced his impact.
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BUKAYO SAKA 7
Again the teenager was the early spark for sluggish England. If good enough, you’re old enough but faded and subbed.
RAHEEM STERLING 8
Long-range effort signalled we were finally in the contest – dazzliing as ever and then turned up in the right place at right time for third goal of finals!
HARRY KANE 8
Anonymous for 30 minutes and then failed to score a sitter at end of first half. Involved in opening goal before heading in decisive second. Get in! .
Grealish (for Saka) 69, 9) only two assists!
MANUEL NEUER 7
Flying stop denied Sterling on 15 minutes, the Bayern keeper oozes calm among his defenders but helpless for goal.
MATTHIAS GINTER 7
Rightly booked for hauling down Shaw after 25 minutes but, criminally, wasn’t put under enough pressure thereafter.
MATS HUMMELS 7
Veteran centre-half barely troubled in opening period before fantastic tackle to prevent Kane breaking Euros duck. So much for England pace
ANTONIO RUDIGER 7
Enjoying amazing revival with club and country and wily handling of Saka after stick spell highlighted why. Looks ungainly, but always pillar.
JOSHUA KIMMICH 8
Bayern man deadly on overlap, which helped visitors’ seize early momentum. Timely tackles at the back too. Top quality.
LEON GORETZKA 6
Another of the Munich posse made numerous interventions but also cynical fouls, which strangely went unpunished before break.
TONI KROOS 7
Too much time to dictate early on, which is never a good idea with measured Real Madrid midfield general. Wasn’t tested enough
ROBIN GOSENS 6
Dangerous Atlanta playmaker was inches from executing at far post during Germans’ best spell midway through opening period.
THOMAS MULLER 6
Drifted wide lots and no chances during a frustrating evening before wasting a sitter on 80 minutes to break his duck at Euros. Phew!
TIMO WERNER 6
Can’t hit net for Chelsea and showed why when denied best chance of first half by brilliant Pickford. Hooked in 68 minutes.
KAI HAVERTZ 9
Showing genuine class at these Euros and his beautiful pass almost produced opener for Chelsea pal Werner before rocket tested Pickford
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