APPLAUSE: From Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips for England's fans at Wembley following the opening group stages victory against Croatia. Photo by GLYN KIRK/POOL/AFP via Getty Images.
Phillips was the only outfield Three Lions player to have played every single minute of every game until the 25-year-old was taken off in the 65th minute of Saturday's quarter-final against Ukraine in Rome.
Phillips was carrying a yellow card from the last 16 clash against Germany and would have been suspended for Wednesday night's semi-final against Denmark at Wembley had he been booked against Ukraine.
But cautions are now wiped clean and it's all systems go for Phillips as England look to book their place in the European Championships final and seal a meeting with either Italy or Spain.
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Kalvin Phillips, third from left, alongside, left to right, Jordan Henderson, Ben White and Conor Coady in an England training session the day before the Euros opener against Croatia. Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images.
An image that sums up Phillips' man of the match display against Croatia as the Whites midfielder powers on with Ante Rebic, left, and Marcelo Brozovic, right, left trailing in his wake.
Phillips is sent tumbling by a foul from Croatia midfielder Mateo Kovacic.
Phillips, left, celebrates setting up the only goal of the game for match-winner Raheem Sterling, centre, against Croatia.
Phillips salutes the Wembley crowd after his stellar showing against Croatia which led to him being named England's official man of the match.
Phillips, left, lines up for the national anthem before England's second group stages game against Scotland at Wembley.
Phillips takes down John McGinn during the goalless draw against Scotland at Wembley.
Phillips applauds the fans in the Wembley stands after the goalless draw against Scotland.
Phillips stands firm as Tomas Holes is sent to ground during the final group stages clash against Czech Republic at Wembley.
Phillips, left, heads over to celebrate Sterling's decisive strike in the 1-0 victory against Czech Republic which ensured England headed for the last 16 as group winners. Germany were next.
Phillips, right, with teen ace Bukayo Saka in training ahead of the Germany clash.
Phillips is all smiles during an England press conference ahead of the last 16 clash against Germany.
Phillips turns his arm to some darts during his pre-Germany press conference.
Phillips is booked during England's tense last 16 clash against Germany at Wembley following his cruncher on Toni Kroos.
Phillips hugs captain and goalscorer Harry Kane in front of ecstatic England fans in the Wembley stands following the 2-0 victory against Germany which booked a quarter-final against Ukraine in Rome.
Phillips, second right, celebrates with goal scorer Harry Maguire after England go 2-0 up in their quarter final against Ukraine in Rome.
Phillips is embraced by Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate after being taken off in the second half against Ukraine to save the midfielder from the risk of another booking and a one-match ban.
Phillips celebrates England's successful completion of the Italian job via a 4-0 hammering of Ukraine in Rome to set up a semi final against Denmark.
Phillips shows his delight in trademark fashion following the quarter-final victory against Ukraine.