England's pursuit of a first ever European Championship continued on Tuesday night with a 4-0 drubbing of Sweden at Bramall Lane.
After a nervy start from both sides, Beth Mead opened the scoring with a superb volley to give the Lionesses a first half lead.
Just three minutes after the break, Lucy Bronze doubled the lead, and Alessia Russo put the game beyond doubt with a superb back-heeled finish.
Fran Kirby delivered the final goal with 15 minutes left on the clock, to send England through to Sunday's finale.
With the final held at Wembley, the final is bound to be a blockbuster event for England, who have so far entertained the crowd with some stunning displays.
David Beckham is one of many who have admired their performances so far this tournament, and the former England captain congratulated the side and thanked them for inspiring his daughter, Harper.
Writing on his Instagram story following the win, Beckham wrote: "What a night, congratulations to the girls."
He also shared his "favourite picture on a special night" which showed forward Rachel Daly dancing in an England cowboy hat on the pitch.
In a video message released before the semi-final, Beckham said: "Hey, Lionesses, it's David here.
"I just wanted to send you a message, firstly to say congratulations on an incredible tournament so far, it's been so uplifting, it's been so exciting, and it's been so inspiring.
"And for me personally, you know I have a daughter, so for her to be inspired by you girls and your performances has been incredible."
He continued: "But it's not just the girls that are getting inspired, the boys are getting inspired as well by this and we all know that when big tournaments come around our country and our fans get behind us like no other.
"It really has uplifted the whole country."
Of the semi-final, he added: "We're all excited to see it and I know there's one person that is really excited to see it and that is my daughter, Harper.
"So thank you for inspiring her and good luck girls."
England will find out their fellow finalists on Wednesday evening, as Germany take on France at the Stadium MK.