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England dumped Germany out of the tournament following their 2-0 victory at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday.
Second-half goals from Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane fired their side into the quarter-finals.
The England captain, who has been subjected to criticism for his performances, finally opened his goal account at Euro 2020, heading home to complete the scoring.
But the 27-year-old proved extremely influential moments before kick-off as he gave an inspiring talk in the dressing room.
That's according to Pat Frost, who says Kane 'spoke for about 30 seconds' in a spine-tingling speech.
He tweeted: "So before we leave the dressing room for KO we have a massive huddle.....the skipper spoke for about 30seconds and it was goosebumps.....that's when I knew we couldn't lose tonight."
Kane believes there "isn't anything bigger" than England beating Germany in a match.
"Any team will look at us and know that we're dangerous," he said.
"There isn't anything bigger than this when the expectation is on and we delivered, so we should be proud - but we can't stop here. We have a vision of where we want to go and we can't stop now.
"Hopefully we'll be back here in the semi-finals and the final."
Gareth Southgate's charges resume their campaign on Saturday when they face Ukraine in Rome for a spot in the semi-finals.
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