FORMER Bradford City goalkeeper Jordan Pickford kept his fifth clean sheet in a row at Euro 2020 on Saturday night, as England romped to a 4-0 quarter-final win over Ukraine in Rome.

After England had gone 1-0 up early on through Harry Kane, Pickford was forced into a good save at his near post on 17 minutes from Roman Yaremchuk, who had pounced upon a Kyle Walker error.

Pickford did cause some alarms with his footwork, including one botched clearance outside his area, which nearly led to a Ukraine goal from 40 yards out with 20 minutes left.

Fortunately, that did not happen, and is unlikely to have mattered anyway, with further goals from Kane, Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson putting England 4-0 up by that point.

Soon after, Pickford made amends with a decent save from a long-range effort by Yevhen Makarenko, and with Ukraine failing to threaten after that, Pickford eased his way to a clean sheet.

He has now kept seven clean sheets in a row for England, a record-equalling feat alongside World Cup winner Gordon Banks.