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    Italy Wins Euro 2020

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    England and Italy battled against each other on Sunday night in the European Championship final.

    Italy continued their 34-match unbeaten run as they beat England in the final of Uefa European Championship 2020 which went into a penalty shootout after a 1-1 scoreline at the Wembley Stadium in London.

    England took the lead with Kieran Trippier’s cross to Luke Shaw who strikes past Donnarumma in the 2nd minute, the quickest ever goal in an Euro final.

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    England Players celebrates with Luke Shaw after an early goal 

    Italy equalized through Leonardo Bonucci 67th minute. The Azzurri’s levelled from a messy corner that saw Bonucci scored after Verrati’s rebound.

    The game headed to penalty shoot-out after 1-1 scoreline at the end of 90mins and Extra time.

    The Three Lion’s of England preparing to make History for themselves but failed after missing 3 penalties


    Domenico Berardi – Scored
    Andrea Bellotti – Missed
    Leonardo Bonucci – Scored
    Federico Bernardeschi – Scored
    Jorginho – Missed


    Harry Kane – Scored
    Harry Maguire – Scored
    Marcus Rashford – Missed
    Jadon Sancho – Missed
    Bukayo Saka – Missed

    Italian players and staffs celebrate after winning the Euro 2020 final against England via penalty shootout, at Wembley Stadium, London

    Italy Wins Euro 2020: England missed three of their penalty shootout as Italy wins England 3-2 in the Euro 2020 final. The search for England second major title after their 1966 World Cup still continues.

    Euro 2020 Award Winners with Prize Money

    • Winners Award: Italy – €10m
    • Runner-up Award: England – €7m
    • Semifinalists: €5m
    • Quarter-finalists: €3.25m
    • Round of 16 Teams: €2m

    Euro 2020 Individual Awards

    • Golden Boot Winner: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – 5 goals and 1 assist in 4 matches
    • Silver Boot Winner: Patrik Schick (Czech Republic) – 5 goals in 5 matches
    • Bronze Boot Winner: Karim Benzema (France) – 4 goals in 4 matches
    • Golden Ball (Player of the Tournament): Gianluigi Donnarumma
    • Young Player of the Tournament: Pedri (Spain)

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