Italy imposed more penalties against England and won Sunday’s Euro 2020 final with 32 points on a penalty kick. Bucayo Saka missed the game at Wembley after it ended with 11 draws in overtime. A decisive shot to reject the host. Saka’s kick was blocked by Gianluigi Donnarumma and won the Henri Delaunay trophy for the second time for the Italian team at the end of the penalty shootout. England scored their first two penalties in the first two penalty shootouts, but then Marcus Rashford and Jaden Sancho failed.
Jorginho could have won the championship for Italy, only Jordan Pickford stopped his penalty kick, which brought new hope to the support of the England team, which had created a frenetic atmosphere before. Their team is ready to escape the final.
Considering the way the game started, a tense climax seems unlikely. Luke Shaw scored for Gareth Southgate’s England team in just 1:57, the fastest in the European Cup final Surprisingly, he has a 33-career undefeated record.
Italy was shocked at the 67,173 stadia and tried to recover, but after the embarrassing scene of fans rushing through the gate without tickets, more England fans managed to enter clearly.
The game was also briefly interrupted by a stadium intruder, but England fans are clearly eager to see their team win a major tournament for the first time since the 1966 World Cup.
However, Italy had most of the ball possession after the fall. When he passed Leonardo Bonucci midway through the second half, he fell behind and eventually deserved a tie.