England secured the top spot and Slovenia progressed to the knockout rounds of Euro 2024 following a lackluster 0-0 stalemate in their concluding Group C fixture on Tuesday. Having already secured their passage to the round of 16, England maintained their position at the summit of the group with five points, despite a subdued showing. Slovenia ended up tied with Denmark on three points, after the latter's 0-0 draw with Serbia. Both teams had identical goal differences, goals scored, and disciplinary records, but it seemed Denmark had edged into second place based on their UEFA ranking, pending official confirmation. In a match devoid of clear-cut opportunities, England enjoyed the majority of the play, with Harry Kane and Phil Foden each forcing simple saves from goalkeeper Jan Oblak, and Bukayo Saka seeing a first-half goal disallowed for offside. England controlled the ball for long periods but struggled to test the Slovenian keeper, as the defense held firm and stifled the English attacks.