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England’s first Euro 2020 mission was accomplished as they beat the Czech Republic to top Group D and start unbeaten in three games without conceding a goal.
It means they stay at Wembley for their last-16 meeting, which could be against World Cup holders France, old adversaries Germany or current European champions Portugal.
As far as England are concerned, football is staying at home for now – whether it comes home permanently is another matter.
If it is to do so, manager Gareth Southgate must find another gear from his players rather than the occasionally stodgy fare produced in this group stage.
First things first. England would have settled for this outcome before their opener against Croatia in baking Wembley heat.