Kyle Walker goal Vs Netherlands: Watch English defender score own-goal to give 2-1 deficit to England extra-time to give 2-1 deficit to England.
The tensions are mounting in the semi-final tie, as England have gifted the finale berth to the Oranjes, after the latter equalized in the regular time.
England have been impressive and unfortunate after they conceded an own-goal too late into the game that there is no going back from here.
The tussle between the two sides was nail-biting as both the sides were warding-off each other in the match, but failed to keep each other from the net.
Thus, the game entered into the extra-time to break the equal result. Later, both the sides entered to score an early goal in the extra-time. Thus, it took only seven more minutes into the extra time for England to succumb to the pressure made by the opposition.
England were caught off, when John Stones lost possession in a vulnerable area, to which Netherlands took an advantage, as Memphis Depay went further to score but was denied by Jordan Pickford, but during rebound but Walker mistakenly pushes the ball inside after Promes pressured him.
Thus, the three lions were struck with disaster as their side could not cope further to the pressure, which made the Dutch qualify for the finale against Portugal in the Nations league final. The three lions later conceded another goal from Promes to make it 3-1.
Watch the goal
2-1 Netherlands 🇳🇱 a dreadful mistake by John Stones leads to a Kyle Walker own goal. pic.twitter.com/vOF6GMa1Ll
— Olimpia UK (@EngOlimpia) June 6, 2019