English U-21s easily advance to their first European Championship final since 2009.

After a convincing victory against Israel in Georgia, England advanced to the final of the European Under-21 Championship for the first time since 2009.

After missing a penalty, Morgan Gibbs-White scored the scoring in the 42nd minute with a looping header off a cross from Cole Palmer.

Then, it was Palmer who beat Australia and sent England to the championship match. The Manchester City striker doubled the lead when he tucked in a pass across the box from Emile Smith Rowe.

The game-winning goal was scored by Cameron Archer, who came on as a substitute and received a feed from the outstanding Palmer.

The Young Lions, who have yet to allow an opponent to score a goal in the tournament, will face either Ukraine or Spain in the championship game on Saturday.

Everything that happened in the U21 match between England and Israel. After a frenetic few seconds of play, England should have taken the lead in the 17th minute. Smith Rowe had a shot blocked off the line and another attempt saved on the post within a matter of seconds.

Then, after Anthony Gordon was pulled down by Karm Jaber, Newcastle was awarded a penalty kick, which Gibbs-White sailed way past the right post.

After Lee Carsley’s team kept up the pressure, England took the lead on a header by Gibbs-White right before halftime. The goal came after a risky ball by Palmer narrowly missed everyone.

Israel’s best chances came from corners, but Jaber missed the target from a promising position inside the box.

Dor Turgeman had their finest chance of the game when he was sent through on goal, but his effort was deflected wide for a corner. Afterward, Omri Gandelman also had a good look from close range but his shot went high and wide.

After Palmer’s second goal, Israel believed they had cut the deficit in half in the 85th minute, but Burnley’s soon-to-be Manchester City transfer James Trafford saved a close-range header to preserve the three-goal advantage.

Archer’s late goal was the icing on the cake for England’s 3-0 victory over Israel in the knockout round.

Carsley’s squad, who have a shot at becoming European champions at this level for the first time in 39 years thanks to the win, have had a fantastic season overall.

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