He is yet to be beaten in 270 minutes of Euro 2020 action.

And England's former Carlisle United goalkeeper Jordan Pickford's latest clean sheet for his country has put him in rare company.

The Everton No1 has become only the second England keeper to keep three clean sheets in the group stage of a major international tournament.

Pickford's goal was intact in the Three Lions' 1-0 win over Croatia, the goalless draw with Scotland and last night's 1-0 win against the Czech Republic.

Not since the 1966 World Cup, when the great Gordon Banks kept all England's group-stage opponents at bay, has such a feat been achieved by the national side's gloveman at a tournament.

Pickford's feat was highlighted by his club after last night's win which enabled Gareth Southgate's side to top Group D.

The legendary Banks defied Uruguay, Mexico and France in 1966 and also achieved a fourth shut-out against Argentina in the quarter-finals as England famously went on to lift the trophy.

Pickford, who played 18 games for Carlisle on loan from Sunderland in 2014, is likely to have his work cut out to in Euro 2020's last-16, with England set to face one of Germany, France, Portugal or Hungary in the next round at Wembley next Tuesday night.

They will learn their opponents after the final round of Group F games tonight.