The tie for the 3rd place ended after an impressive performance by Belgium saw them overcome England 2 – 0.
The game got off to a furious start when Nacer Chadli smartly picked out Thomas Meunier who scored from within the six-yard box in the fourth minute. Belgium continued to put pressure of the Three Lions, who struggled to gain a hold of the ball and create chances.
This was exemplified when Golden Boot contender Harry Kane missed a clear-cut chance from the edge of the box. His shot failed to hit the target in the 23rd minute, which began a lull that lasted all the way to half time.
It is worth noting that Nacer Chadli was substituted off for Thomas Vermaelen in the 37th minute, to try and seal up the Belgian defence whilst it also looked that Chadli might be carrying a niggle.
Once again, the Belgians looked threatening, but Romelu Lukaku and Kevin de Bruynes shots were blocked ahead of the half time break.
Belgium retained their 1 – 0 lead going into half time, although England had more possession in the first half.
The second half continued in the same way as the first, with Keiren Trippier showing his prowess from the dead ball once again when he put in a delicious cross into the box, but Vermaelen was on hand to clear the ball.
The introduction of Jesse Lingaard helped England grow into the game and he made an almost immediate impact when he volleyed a ball across the face of goal, but Kane was not able to get anything on it.
Ahead of his substitution in the 59th min, Lukaku took a heavy touch on his way to a certain second for Belgium, but Jordan Pickford was on hand to snap up the ball from the Manchester United forward.
Eden Hazard, de Bruyne and Mertens all looked threatening as Belgium looked to push for a second goal, yet it was Eric Dier who created some excitement when his chip over Courtois was cleared off the line by Toby Alderweireld.
England tried to get back a goal, with Trippier putting in a multitude good crosses, but Dier, Harry Maguire and Kane were not able to turn the ball into the net.
Belgium were very content to sit back, defend and break on the counter which almost paid off in the 80th minute when de Bruyne releases Hazard on the break, who crossed it for Meunier whose shot was stopped by an alert Pickford.
Just two minutes later, it was Hazard who took matters into his own hands when he snuck in behind Phil Jones, before drilling the ball past Pickford.
The game ended 2-0 as Belgium took the 3rd place in the competition. Harry Kane will receive the Golden Boot award for this competition, unless either Kylian Mbappe or Antione Griezeman score a hat trick in the Final on Sunday.