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England midfielder Jordan Henderson says facing Germany in the European Championship last 16 will be a “special game” and is an “exciting” prospect.
It evokes memories of the Euro 96 semi-final which Germany won on penalties at the home of English football.
“It will be a very tough test. We need to stay focused and have no regrets.” Henderson said.
“It’s a special game for the players, for the fans – it’s a big game and that’s what you want to be playing in at these tournaments. It will be a very tough test.”
Henderson featured for the first time in the tournament on Tuesday, replacing Declan Rice at half-time in the 1-0 win against the Czech Republic which ensured England finished top of Group D.
Germany twice came from behind against Hungary on Wednesday to progress as Group F runners-up and set up the last-16 tie against Gareth Southgate’s side.
“They’re still a very good side,” Henderson said.
“They have quality all over the pitch. We need to prepare well and give everything.”