England have qualified for the Euro 2012 quarter-finals after a 1-0 win over Ukraine.
Roy Hodgson's side topped Group D after Sweden beat France 2-0, meaning the Three Lions will avoid World Cup holders Spain and play Group C runners-up Italy in Kiev on Sunday night.
After a nerve-wracking first 45 minutes which saw Ukraine dominate possession and chances, Wayne Rooney put England ahead just after half-time with a close range header.
It was the Manchester United striker's first goal at a major tournament since 2004 and came in his first appearance in Euro 2012 after serving a two match suspension.
Ukraine will feel aggrieved not to have equalised just after the hour when Marko Devic's attempt was cleared off the line by John Terry. Television replays showed the ball had crossed the line.
Rooney's goal and France's failure to beat Sweden means that England will play Cesare Prandelli's side on Sunday. If the Three Lions win they will face either Greece or Germany in the semi-finals.
Footballers took to Twitter to send their congratulations to the England squad:
England manager Roy Hodgson admitted his side got "a bit of luck" during the Ukraine game, saying:
England captain Steven Gerrard said he believes his side are slowly hitting form at the right time, in an interview with ITV1 he said: