The Italian football team beat England 3: 2 in penalties in Sunday’s Euro final, when after 90 minutes and extra time the duel ended 1: 1, and for the second time in history and for the first time since 1968.
England took a 1-0 lead with Luke Shaw in the second minute with the fifth-fastest goal in the history of the championship. However, the Italian defender Leonardo Bonucci equalized after a corner kick in the 67th minute and the match was extended.
Saka’s kick was repelled by Gianluigi Donnarumma to give Italy the Henri Delaunay trophy for the second time at the end of a shoot-out in which England scored their first two penalties but then saw Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho also fail.
In Italy, Berardi, Bonucci, Bernardeschi scored, while Jorginho and Belotti could not find the nets.
With this result, Italy became the champion for the second time in the tournament after 53 years.
On the other hand, a fan who entered the field without permission in the 86th minute was stopped by the security guards after a long struggle and removed from the field.