FORMER Bradford City goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is just 90 minutes from potential glory following England's Euro 2020 semi-final win last night.

The 27-year-old stopper, who made 34 appearances for the Bantams in a 2014/15 season loan, is almost certainly going to be in net for Sunday's final against Italy at Wembley.

Despite conceding his first goal of the tournament - from a stunning free kick - against Denmark, he looked solid and composed throughout the rest of the game and whole tournament.

Pickford, who now plys his trade for Everton, faces his sternest test of the summer against the attacking force of Italy on Sunday, who possess pace, skill and ferocious shooting ability in front of goal.

He has the chance to write his name into folklore, and England's footballing history, if the Three Lions can win on Sunday.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Pickford has five clean sheets in Euro 2020. Pic: PAPickford has five clean sheets in Euro 2020. Pic: PA

It's only England's second appearance in a major final, the previous coming in 1966 when England won the World Cup - also at Wembley.

Pickford joins legendary keeper Gordon Banks as the only goalkeepers to win a major semi-final for England and to appear in a final, and hopefully he will follow in Banks' footsteps by picking up the win.

He has already wrapped up the Euro 2020 Golden Glove Award, after five clean sheets in a row to start the tournament, but will be hoping to add a winner's medal to that prize come Sunday evening.

The whole of Bradford will be roaring the ex-Bantam loanee and the rest of the Three Lions on when they take to the pitch on Sunday. Kick off, from Wembley, is at 8pm.