Euro 2024: England, France, Netherlands secure knockout spots

Kane: It's not time to panic for England (1:54)

England Captain Harry Kane says it's not the time to panic following criticism from Gary Lineker ahead of their at Euro 2024 clash against Slovenia. (1:54)

England, France and the Netherlands have qualifed for the knockout stages of Euro 2024, with Albania's 1-0 loss to Spain on Monday confirming their places.

Niether of the three nations played on Monday, but Albania's result means the four points each have earned from their opening two group-stage matches guarantees they cannot finish outside of the third-place spots that advance to the knockouts.

England claimed a narrow victory over Serbia in their Group C opener but drew to Denmark on Thursday, while France and the Netherlands each won their opening matches before holding each other to a 0-0 draw on Friday.

Spain had already qualified for the last 16 and went ahead after 13 minutes when Dani Olmo threaded the ball through to Ferran Torres, who fired a sumptuous low shot in off the far post.

Spain dominated play and Torres, Mikel Merino and Joselu all came close to scoring. Albania showed determination throughout and fought desperately for a goal, with Kristjan Asllani and substitute Armando Broja forcing keeper David Raya into saves at full stretch.

Albania's defeat means they go home, while Spain go through at the top of Group B.