The Euro 2020 final match between Italy and England produced the winner after a full time and extra time 1-1 draw which led to penalty shoot-out that had Italy emerge as the winner after scoring 3 goals out of 5 while England scored 2.
The match was played at Wembley Stadium with the Attendance of 67,173.
It was penalty shootout heartbreak again for England and Gareth Southgate, as Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka missed from the spot in a crushing Euro 2020 final defeat to Italy.
When Jordan Pickford saved from Andrea Belotti there was real hope of a first major trophy in 55 years and ultimate redemption for Southgate, who missed a decisive spot-kick in the semi-final of Euro 96, but from the brink of glory in front of their own supporters at Wembley, England collapsed.
Rashford rolled a tame shot against the post and Sancho and Saka saw Gianluigi Donnarumma save their efforts in a 3-2 shootout defeat, sparking celebrations from the Italian players and the small but vocal cluster of their fans at the other end of the pitch.
Luke Shaw had given England a dream start, scoring his first goal for his country and the fastest of a Euros final ever, when he met a deep cross with a thumping half-volley just three minutes in. Southgate’s surprise wing-back system was causing Italy real problems but Roberto Mancini’s side wrestled control of possession and set about wearing their opponents down.
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Player — Team — Outcome
Domenico Berardi – Italy – Scored
Harry Kane – England-. – Scored
Andrea Belotti – Italy – ..Saved
Harry Maguire – England – Scored
Leonardo Bonucci -Italy – Scored
Marcus Rashford – England – Missed
Federico Bernardeschi – Italy – Scored
Jadon Sancho – England – Saved
Jorginho – Italy – Saved
Bukayo Saka – England- – Saved