UEFA Euro Cup 2020 FINAL HIGHLIGHTS, Italy win in penalties
UEFA EURO 2020 Final, Italy against England: England and Italy compete with one other in the European Championship final on Sunday. England was leading the way in the 2nd minute with a score by Luke Shaw – the fastest Euro finish ever. In the 67th minute for Italy, Leonardo Bonucci scored an equaliser. At the end of 90 minutes and after extra time the score remained 1-1. Sanctions Italy won 3-2. Since it’s waiting for so long that who is going to win this cup and today the time came, the final day of UEFA Euro 2020 between England and Italy and once again for the second time Italy won this Cup.
Italy has reversed several years of trophy drought, one of the world’s best-decorated teams. England was in unexplored terrain, on the other hand. Since 1966, they’ve not even been to the final.
In 2006 Chiellini made his international premiere the last of Italy’s four World Cup triumphs but did not participate in the tournament. Yet the squad in the Euros had its single championship in 1968 as a comparative underlayer. In the last two times, however, Italy, in 2000 and 2012, has reached its final, but Britain has not come near. The 66,000 people authorised at Wembley Stadion will be predominantly packed with British fans because to the epidemic that reduces travel to London.
Italy XI: Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Chiellini, Emerson; Jorginho, Barella, Veratti; Chiesa, Insigne, Immobile, Donnarumma.
England XI: Pickford, Walker, Stones, Maguire; Kane, Mount, Sterling, Rice, Philips, Shaw.
Italy resumed their winning row of 34-game races, defeating England at Monday’s Wembley Stadium (Uefa European Championship) Final (Euro 2020), which went into a penalties shootout after 1-1. Three penalties were missed in England’s shootage when Italy beaten England 3-2 in the final Euro 2020. The home team lost to the World Cup 55 years ago and the first European title continues. Their hunt for a second main trophy is based on defeat.
This is Italy’s second European victory after 1968 and the world cup triumph in 2006. In the past three Euro editions this was their second final. In the second minute of the game, the octaneous fight between both sides started, with England leading the way. However, the initial energy on the English side fell and could not generate many opportunities. The Italians gained control of the game in the second half and then began to challenge England’s goalpost. In the 67th minute, defender Leonardo Bonucci scored the breakthrough for Italy.
Unbeaten running of Italy under Roberto Mancini’s management continues. For 34 matches, which date back to September 2018, they were not defeated. Since Mancini came over, following their low missed point, he has turned the squad around for the 2018 World Cup. The Italians are now a full and efficient unit. The Italians will hopefully continue in their form when the next World Cup is held in 2022.
It’s a big disappointment for England. Since the 1966 World Cup, they were never so near to a trophy. Only three times in the history of the event has the country won the tournament. The host France also lost the final in the Euro Cup 2016.
Italy wins in the penalty shootout
1st penalty for Team
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Bad enough (1-1)
Scored by Bunocci (2-2)
Scores of Kane (1-1)
Scored by Maguire (1-2)
Failed Rashford (2-2)
Bad enough (3-2)
TIME OF EXTRA: UK 1 | 1 Italy 1
There are two minutes left for the shooting
106th minute: Maguire’s Englishman receives a yellow foul card against Belotti’s Italy.
The second extra time period starts.
The first extra session passes untarnished.
ACTS 1 | 1 Italy TIME
Italy displayed astonishing strength in their rebound from the early reverse of England. The Azzurri remained concentrated and brave until Bonucci was finally matched.
55th minute: Italy’s Bonucci is getting England’s second yellow card for a foul.
HALF TIME: UK 1 | 0 Italy
Immobile suffered a lot during the onslaught. In this area, Mancini has a number of alternatives. Belotti is the obvious choice, although Italy coach Claudio Ranieri employed Insigne or Bernardeschi regularly as a fake 9.
FIRST HALF: Great Britain 1 | 0
After 45 minutes, added 4 minutes of stop time.
15th minute: On the left side of Italian defence something is obviously amiss, as England’s players have a lot of space in which to attack often.
2nd minute: Shaw leads England in the big final early. Wembley and Prince William burst out in delight. It’s bustling Wembley.
Luke Shaw, the left-hand Manchester United, has scored the quickest goal in the UEFA EURO final! As England breaks off an Italy corner, Kane distributes a pass widely for Trippier. Shaw, who had gone unnoticed, receives the Atlético defender’s beautiful cross. Into the back of the net, he reaches perfect left-footed halves, cut the upright.
Head-to-head Italy vs England (after Euro 2020 final)
Both teams battled a total of 28 times against each other. In 11 of those, Italy came out ahead while Britain earned 8 victories. However, England could win only one out of eight competitive matches versus Italy, when it mattered most. Since winning a World Cup qualification match in 1978, the Three Lions have not won a match.
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