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England 1-1 Italy LIVE! Euros final penalty shootout result, highlights, latest news and reaction

England's long wait for a major trophy goes on after Gareth Southgate's side saw their Euro 2020 dreams end in a heartbreaking penalty shoot-out defeat to Italy.The nation was at a standstill for the Three Lions' biggest match in 55 years and Luke Shaw's early stunner at a rocking Wembley had fans dreaming that football would be coming home rather than going to Rome.But Italy wrested control of Sunday's final and deservedly levelled through Leonardo Bonucci, with the match going to extra-time and on to spot-kicks after it ended 1-1.England boss Southgate failed with the key effort in the Euro 96 semi-final loss to Germany and Wembley witnessed another gutting shoot-out loss in the country's first ever European Championship final.Jordan Pickford denied Andrea Belotti and Jorginho, but Marcus Rashford hit the post before fellow substitutes Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka were denied as Italy won the shoot-out 3-2 to make sure of silverware.

You can follow all the action LIVE with Standard Sport’s blog below...

Key Points
  • Neville questions Boris Johnson remarks
  • Arsenal statement on Saka
  • Mancini: Italy ‘dominated’ England at Wembley
  • FA condemns racist abuse of Rashford, Sancho and Saka
  • Kane: This is not the end13:20 , Alex Young

    Here are the captain’s thoughts.

    Powerful PFA statement13:10 , Alex Young

    A very strong statement from PFA on the racist abuse of England players.

    Leyton Orient ban fan for racist abuse13:09 , Alex Young

    Leyton Orient have banned a supporter for three years following the racist abuse directed at England players after Sunday’s Euro 2020 Final.

    An Orient statement said: “The club has today issued a three-year banning order to a supporter, following reports of racist abuse following last night’s Euro 2020 Final.

    “As the club has repeatedly made clear, we take a zero-tolerance approach to any racist abuse or discrimination.

    “Further to the banning order, the supporter will be fully refunded the purchase for their season card for the 2021-22 season.

    “The club is extremely proud of its diverse history, and continues to work with local authorities and governing bodies to enact change.”

    Twitter deletes 1,000 tweets12:38 , Alex Young

    Twitter say they deleted more than 1,000 Tweets and condemned “abhorrent racist abuse directed at England players” after the Euros defeat to Italy last night.

    “The abhorrent racist abuse last night has absolutely no place on Twitter,” a Twitter spokesperson said.

    “In the past 24 hours, through a combination of machine learning based automation and human review, we have swiftly removed over 1,000 Tweets and permanently suspended a number of accounts for violating our rules - the vast majority of which we detected ourselves proactively using technology.

    “We will continue to take action when we identify any Tweets or accounts that violate our policies.

    “We have proactively engaged and continue to collaborate with our partners across the football community to identify ways to tackle this issue collectively and will continue to play our part in curbing this unacceptable behaviour - both online and offline.”

    We’re here for Saka, says Shaw12:16 , Alex Young

    England players rallied round a “devastated” Bukayo Saka after his penalty heartbreak last night.

    The Arsenal teenager, one of the outstanding performers of the Euros, saw his spot-kick saved by Gianluigi Donnarumma to prolong the Three Lions’ wait for a second major trophy.

    Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho also failed to score in the shootout, but it was Saka’s miss that condemned England to defeat.

    Luke Shaw revealed the words of encouragement offered to the 19-year-old in the aftermath of last night’s defeat. “He’s devastated,” said the Manchester United left-back, who had fired England ahead inside two minutes.

    “But the most important thing for us is to be there for him and give him a big hug, tell him to keep his head up.

    Read more here.

    Rashford mural vandalised11:26 , Alex Young

    A mural honouring Marcus Rashford has been vandalised with graffiti following England's defeat.

    Euro 2020 (PA Wire) © Provided by Evening Standard Euro 2020 (PA Wire)Southate: My stomach has been ripped out11:14 , Alex Young

    England manager Gareth Southgate feels like his “stomach has been being ripped out” after Italy defeated his side in the final.

    “It has to be a step in the right direction. It's not ultimately where we wanted to get to and when you're so close, that's even more painful,” he said.

    “Of course it feels like my stomach has been being ripped out this morning.

    “But I know when my logical brain comes back to life in a few days, that is the process we have to go through and we've got to keep continuing that and England have to keep that track going, whoever is here, whoever is at the FA whoever is at St. George's Park.

    “That's what we have to build, that was the vision at the start and we're showing the signs, with the help of the clubs who are producing some fantastic young players.”

    Gareth Southgate et al. standing on a football field: (PA) © Provided by Evening Standard (PA)Grealish: I wanted to take a penalty!11:07 , Alex Young

    Jack Grealish has hit back at critics and said he was ready to take a penalty last night after being criticised for not stepping up during England's shootout defeat.

    The Aston Villa captain, who has become England's poster boy this summer, was not one of the five chosen to take a spot-kick as Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sanho and Bukayo Saka all missed as Italy won the European Championship.

    Grealish and England team-mate Raheem Sterling have taken criticism from figures including Roy Keane and Jose Mourinho for allowing 19-year-old Saka to take the decisive fifth penalty ahead of his more senior peers.

    Grealish, who has taken and scored just one penalty in 264 career appearances for club and country, made clear his intention on Monday morning while defending manager Gareth Southgate.

    31m tuned in for penalty shootout10:43 , Alex Young

    A higher peak than Princess Diana’s funeral.

    Southgate looks to Qatar... but needs a rest10:31 , Alex Young

    England manager Gareth Southgate wants to lead the team at the Qatar World Cup next year, but has admitted he needs a rest too after Euro 2020.

    “I don't think now's an appropriate time to think about anything. We've got of course to qualify for Qatar but I need some time to go away, watch, watch last night's game again, reflect on the whole tournament,” said Southgate.

    'I need to rest.

    'It's amazing experience but, you know, to lead your country, in these tournament's is takes its toll and, you know, I need a break now. As I said at the time it was great to have that internal support, you hugely value that as a manager.

    'But also there's a lot to think through, it's not about finance in any way or commitment, I don't want to commit to anything longer than I should and I never want to outstay my welcome. It's one of those things that need consideration before even thinking about sitting down and talking but as I sit here today I would want to be taking the team to Qatar, I feel that we've made progress over the four years.

    'We've had a fourth place, third place in a second place, it's probably as good as any other team in Europe bar those that have won the tournament's themselves but for consistency, it's right up there.

    'So, a lot of things we've done right and we know this team isn't at its peak yet but that doesn't guarantee winning because we know how difficult it is to get back to the state we've got two last night. That's why it's so painful to get so close.'

    Southgate press conference.10:22 , Alex Young

    Southgate describes the racist abuse of England players as “unforgivable” in a media conference taking place now.

    “It’s just not what we stand for. The national team stands for everybody.”

    Neville questions Boris Johnson09:54 , Alex Young

    Talking to Sky News the morning after Sunday's final, Gary Neville was asked about the racist abuse from fans.

    'I'm just reading your breaking news, and it says the PM condemns racist abuse of England players,' he said on Sky News.

    'Is that the same Prime Minister that a few weeks ago... Gareth Southgate a few weeks ago, about five days on the trot, told us that the players were taking the knee to promote the equality, and it was against racism.

    'The prime minister said that it was okay for the population of this country to boo those players who were trying to promote equality and defend against racism.

    'It starts at the very top. And so for me, I wasn't surprised in the slightest when I woke up this morning to those headlines. I expected that the minute the three players that missed, missed.

    'The fact of the matter is, there is an issue, obviously, in football, there is an issue in society, where we feel it's acceptable basically to criticise players for sporting actions because of the colour of their skin.

    'But I have to say, accepting and validating the players who take the knee, like I say who were promoting equality inclusion and defending against racism, it's coming from the very top. You know you know full well that if your parents do something, your children will follow.

    'I'm not saying that each individual person who was obviously directing that abuse towards the players shouldn't take accountability, they absolutely should. So should the social media companies, we know full well that social media companies have to come down harder on racist abuse.

    'I think we have to start to isolate these individuals who are attacking the players in a racist manner and isolate them by writing to their employers so that, ultimately, there is total accountability, suffering and consequence.

    'But also that there is consequence within the game; through the FA, the Premier League, the other organisations Uefa and Fifa, and we start to see sentences and punishments for these incidents that ultimately fit the crime.

    'People are being abused. It's absolutely ridiculous in 2021 that we're still talking about this, but we are.'

    Arsenal statement09:15 , Alex Young

    Arsenal have vowed to support Bukayo Saka “emotionally and practically” after he received “disgusting abuse” following England’s defeat to Italy.

    In the wake of the defeat, Saka received racist abuse online and Arsenal have condemned their player being targeted.

    The club say they will support the 19-year-old, who came through their academy, and they have have called on social media companies to do more in combating abuse.

    “Last night, we saw Bukayo Saka reach the Euro 2020 final at the age of 19 years old,” a statement from Arsenal on Monday morning read.

    “Bukayo has been with us since he was seven and the whole club couldn’t have been prouder to see him represent England throughout the tournament. You could feel it right across the club.

    a man standing next to a body of water: (Pool via REUTERS) © Provided by Evening Standard (Pool via REUTERS)

    “Last night we witnessed the leadership and character we’ve always known and loved in Bukayo. “However, this feeling of pride quickly turned to sorrow at the racist comments our young player was subjected to on his social media platforms after the final whistle.

    “Once again, we are sad to have to say we condemn the racism of a number black players. This cannot continue and the social media platforms and authorities must act to ensure this disgusting abuse to which our players are subjected on a daily basis stops now.

    “We have processes in place internally at Arsenal to ensure our players are supported both emotionally and practically on this issue but sadly there is only so much we can do.

    “Our message to Bukayo is: hold your head high, we are so very proud of you and we cannot wait to welcome you back home to Arsenal soon.”

    Mourinho questions why Sterling didn’t step up for penalty in shootout08:10 , Giuseppe Muro

    Jose Mourinho has questioned why Raheem Sterling and other more experienced England players did not step up to take a penalty ahead of Bukayo Saka.

    Saka missed the decisive penalty as England suffered a heartbreaking shootout defeat to Italy in the Euro 2020 Final at Wembley.

    The 19-year-old Arsenal midfielder was selected by Gareth Southgate take England’s fifth penalty and had his effort saved by Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.

    “For Saka to have the destiny of a country on his shoulders, I think it is too much for a kid to have everything on his shoulders in this moment,” Mourinho told TalkSport.

    “But I do not know if I have to ask that question to Gareth or not. Because many times what happens is that players who should be there, they are not there. Players who should be there, they run away from responsibility.

    “Gareth is such an honest guy and a protective coach that I do not believe he would ever say Player A or Player B ran away or told me they were not ready to [take a penalty].

    “I do not know in this case, but I do not think it matters if you are a great penalty taker or not. In this situation, where was Sterling? Where was [John] Stones and where was Luke Shaw?

    “And why [Jordan] Henderson or [Kyle] Walker did not stay on the pitch? In reality it is very hard for [Marcus] Rashford and [Jadon] Sancho to come and take a penalty after one touch of the ball.”

    <a href="">a group of</a> baseball players standing on top of a grass covered field: (POOL/AFP via Getty Images) © Provided by Evening Standard (POOL/AFP via Getty Images)Mancini: Italy ‘dominated’ England at Wembley07:21 , Giuseppe Muro

    An emotional Roberto Mancini praised Italy for “dominating” England in the Euro 2020 Final and warned his talented young side can get even better ahead of the 2022 World Cup.

    Italy responded to conceding inside two minutes against England to equalise in the second half through Leonardo Bonucci before winning 3-2 in a penalty shootout at Wembley.

    “It was impossible to even think about it, but the lads were extraordinary,” said Mancini.

    “I have no words for them, this is a wonderful group. It was not an easy game and this one developed to become very difficult, but then we dominated it.

    “On penalties you need to have a bit of luck and I am also a bit sorry for the English.

    “This team has grown a lot, I think we can still improve.”

    Roberto Mancini in a green field: (POOL/AFP via Getty Images) © Provided by Evening Standard (POOL/AFP via Getty Images)FA condemns racist abuse of Rashford, Sancho and Saka06:42 , Giuseppe Muro

    The Football Association has condemned racist abuse directed at Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka after Sunday's Euro 2020 final defeat by Italy.

    All three England players missed penalties in the 3-2 shootout loss and were targeted on social media after the game.

    The FA said it was “appalled” by the abuse the Metropolitan Police is investigating.

    In a statement, the FA said: “The FA strongly condemns all forms of discrimination and is appalled by the online racism that has been aimed at some of our England players on social media.

    'We could not be clearer that anyone behind such disgusting behaviour is not welcome in following the team.

    “We will do all we can to support the players affected while urging the toughest punishments possible for anyone responsible.

    'We will continue to do everything we can to stamp discrimination out of the game, but we implore government to act quickly and bring in the appropriate legislation so this abuse has real life consequences.

    'Social media companies need to step up and take accountability and action to ban abusers from their platforms, gather evidence that can lead to prosecution and support making their platforms free from this type of abhorrent abuse.'

    The Metropolitan Police said: “We are aware of a number of offensive and racist social media comments being directed towards footballers following the Euro 2020 final. This abuse is totally unacceptable, it will not be tolerated and it will be investigated.”

    Neville: Country must support SakaMonday 12 July 2021 00:42 , Alex Young

    Gary Neville called for the country to rally around Bukayo Saka after the teenager missed the crucial penalty against Italy.

    “It is heartbreaking for the boy,” said Neville on ITV. “The whole nation is going to need to cuddle him. Everybody has loved this boy for the past few weeks and they will love him in the next few weeks. He has been absolutely brilliant.

    “Gone are the days when we criticise players for missing a penalty. Fifteen or 20 years there might have been a scapegoat. That is not going to happen this time.

    “We have got a lot more mature. They are human beings and they need to be looked after. They cannot be assaulted or abused.”

    a group of baseball players playing a football game: (Getty Images) © Provided by Evening Standard (Getty Images)Players must see this as a successMonday 12 July 2021 00:26 , Jack Rosser

    Gareth Southgate has told his players they must consider Euro 2020 a success despite their penalty shootout heartbreak in the final on Sunday.

    The Three Lions took the lead against Italy inside two minutes at Wembley through Luke Shaw but sat off from there and allowed the Italy back into game - the visitors levelling through Leonardo Bonucci in the second half.

    Neither side could find a winner and - for the fourth time in England's history at a European Championship - penalties were required. As with the previous three, England lost. Jordan Pickford made two fine saves but misses from Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka meant Italy were crowned European champions for a second time in their history, ensuring England's wait for a major title will go on at least until 2022 and the Qatar World Cup.

    Despite the pain, Southgate's side have inspired and united a nation, while he and his players have done something no other England team have managed since 1966 in reaching a final - beating Germany along the way as well.

    'Is it a success? I think in terms of the players, they should feel that way,' said Southgate.

    Gareth Southgate wearing a suit and tie talking on a cell phone: (Getty Images) © Provided by Evening Standard (Getty Images)

    'They've made history several times during the tournament. They played so well during the first half that the expectation and pressure was so high.

    'In the end we haven't been able to keep the ball well enough in the second period of normal time especially, that invited more and more pressure. It's something we know we have to be better at but the time to analyse that in depth is not at this moment.

    'Tonight my pride is for what the players have done and the way they've carried themselves and been with each other is immense.'

    England captain Harry Kane said the defeat would hurt for the 'rest of our careers', but many were on hand to remind the squad of what they have achieved this summer - including Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge.

    Italy v England &#x2013; UEFA Euro 2020 Final &#x2013; Wembley Stadium (PA Wire) © Provided by Evening Standard Italy v England – UEFA Euro 2020 Final – Wembley Stadium (PA Wire)

    'At the moment the players are understandably really quiet,' said Southgate. 'The Duke's just been down to see them in the dressing room and has rightly thanked them for what they've done and being fulsome in his praise.'

    Southgate on the penaltiesSunday 11 July 2021 23:44 , Jack Rosser

    The England manager has been speaking to the BBC...

    Southgate’s message to Saka: “That it is down to me. I decided on the penalty takers based on what we had done in training and nobody is on their own. We have won together as a team and it is absolutely on all of us in terms of not being able to win the game tonight.In terms of the penalties, that is my call and totally rests with me.”

    How confident were you when it went to penalties… “We were well prepared and started well. Unfortunately the guys were not able to convert tonight. They cannot look at themselves in terms of how they practiced because they could not have done any more or any better.”

    Look forward to QatarSunday 11 July 2021 23:26 , Jack Rosser

    England captain Harry Kane speaking to the BBC...

    “Couldn’t have given more, boys couldn’t have give more. Pens are the worst feeling in the world when you lose. We had a fantastic tournament we should hold our heads up high. It’s going to hurt, but we’re progressing and we can build on this next year.

    “The boys done everything they could, it just wasn’t our night.

    “You’ve got to hold your heads up high. Fantastic tournament. Anyone can miss a penalty. You win together, lose together. It will give us more motivation to do more in the World Cup next year. We should be extremely proud as a group of what we have achieved. We progressed well from Russia and now we need to continue that.”

    The crowning momentSunday 11 July 2021 23:26 , Jack Rosser

    Italy lift the trophy at Wembley

    Gianluigi Donnarumma et al. standing <a href="">in front of</a> a crowd posing for the camera: (The FA via Getty Images) © Provided by Evening Standard (The FA via Getty Images)So closeSunday 11 July 2021 23:17 , Jack Rosser

    What could have been...

     (Getty Images) © Provided by Evening Standard (Getty Images)Sunday 11 July 2021 23:15 , Jack Rosser

    Chiellini lifts the trophy and marches over to his teammates and manager to lift it at Wembley.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 23:11 , Jack Rosser

    Southgate and his players head up to collect their silver medals. Not the colour they wanted, but my what a ride they’ve given everyone across the country this summer.

    Presentation beginsSunday 11 July 2021 23:09 , Jack Rosser

    Gianluigi Donnarumma is named player of the tournament. A goalkeeper? Player of the tournament? Not sure.

    Italy begin the celebrationsSunday 11 July 2021 23:05 , Jack Rosser

    A huge night for Roberto Mancini’s side.

    Southgate consolesSunday 11 July 2021 23:00 , Jack Rosser

    If anyone knows...

    a man standing on a baseball field: (Getty Images) © Provided by Evening Standard (Getty Images)Sunday 11 July 2021 22:57 , Jack Rosser

    Donnarumma is big and brilliant. But Sancho and Saka did help him with the penalties.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:55 , Jack Rosser

    Five players move to console Saka, who looks to be in tears. Bonnuci screams “It’s coming to Rome” down the camera. Funny.

    Penalties | England 2-3 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:54 , Jack Rosser

    Saka... saved too! Italy are champions of Europe.

    Penalties | England 2-3 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:53 , Jack Rosser

    What a save! England are still alive!

    Penalties | England 2-3 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:53 , Jack Rosser

    Jorginho... SAVED!

    Penalties | England 2-3 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:52 , Jack Rosser

    Jorginho steps up.

    Penalties | England 2-3 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:52 , Jack Rosser

    Sancho... saved... Italy are one kick away.

    Penalties | England 2-3 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:51 , Jack Rosser

    Bernadeschi... straight down the middle. Pressure back onto England.

    Penalties | England 2-2 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:50 , Jack Rosser

    Rashford... against the post! All square once more.

    Penalties | England 2-2 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:49 , Jack Rosser

    Bonucci... just! Pickford almost gets there.

    Penalties | England 2-1 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:48 , Jack Rosser

    Maguire... scores! What a hit!

    Penalties | England 1-1 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:48 , Jack Rosser

    Belotti... SAVED!!! Brilliant from Pickford!

    Penalties | England 1-1 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:47 , Jack Rosser

    Kane... scores!

    Penalties | England 0-1 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:46 , Jack Rosser

    Berardi... sends Pickford the wrong way.

    Penalties | England 0-0 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:45 , Jack Rosser

    Cross everything. Do your thing.

    Penalties | England 0-0 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:44 , Jack Rosser

    Italy will take first. Penalties to be taken in front of the England end.

    Penalties | England 0-0 ItalySunday 11 July 2021 22:43 , Jack Rosser

    Some final rallying words from Gareth Southgate in the huddle. Here we go.

    EXTRA TIME | FULL TIME | Italy 1-1 EnglandSunday 11 July 2021 22:40 , Jack Rosser

    Penalties. In the final. Good luck.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:39 , Jack Rosser

    33 mins; Pressure from Italy but the cross from deep just runs out for a goal kick. 30 seconds left.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:37 , Jack Rosser

    30 mins: Three minutes added on. Marcus Rashford is at right back.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:36 , Jack Rosser

    30 mins: Italy win a corner. Two changes for England before it’s taken. Rashford on for Henderson and Sancho replaces Walker. Penalties in mind.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:34 , Jack Rosser

    27 mins: Final change for Italy as Florenzi replaces Emerson.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:32 , Jack Rosser

    25 mins: The eventual free-kick is too high and straight into the arms of Donnarumma.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:31 , Jack Rosser

    24 mins: Jorginho goes into the book. Wouldn’t mind the referee taking a look at that.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:30 , Jack Rosser

    23 mins: Grealish has been a real livewire since coming on but looks to been in a awful lot of pain after being caught by the studs of Jorginho. Hopefully he’ll be okay.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:28 , Jack Rosser

    21 mins: A good spell from England ends up with Sterling being sent in behind down the right but he hesitates the cross and Chiellini gets it away

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:24 , Jack Rosser

    17 mins: Bernadeschi tries his luck from a free-kick a long way out but Pickford is equal to it. Looks like Rashford will be England’s next change.

    EXTRA TIME | SECOND HALFSunday 11 July 2021 22:22 , Jack Rosser

    No one mention the P-word.

    EXTRA TIME | HALF TIMESunday 11 July 2021 22:19 , Jack Rosser


    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:18 , Jack Rosser

    17 mins: Locatelli handles the ball in a dangerous position and England have a free-kick. Dangerous position. Shaw to take.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:16 , Jack Rosser

    13 mins: Huge intervention from Pickford! Walker loses his man and the cross is fierce but it’s matched by a right-hook from the England keeper.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:13 , Jack Rosser

    12 mins: There’s a bit more life about England now. Looking to pin Italy back with Grealish trying to make things happen.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:11 , Jack Rosser

    9 mins: The Wembley crowd rise to their feet as Grealish comes on. Mount is the one replaced.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:09 , Jack Rosser

    8 mins: Here he comes... Grealish getting ready to enter the fray.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:09 , Jack Rosser

    7 mins: Cor! The ball falls to Phillips at the edge of the box after the corner is headed away and he has a swing. Keeps it down but sends it wide.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:08 , Jack Rosser

    6 mins: Chiellini in the way again as the ball comes to Sterling in space on the left but the old defender cuts across to deny the challenge. Corner England. Verratti off for Locatelli.

    James Robson at Wembley...Sunday 11 July 2021 22:07 , Jack Rosser

    “This game feels like it needs Grealish. Mount has worked tirelessly, but he isn’t providing enough of an attacking threat.It is Mancini who is making all the changes to try to win this.”

    Sunday 11 July 2021 22:05 , Jack Rosser

    4 mins: Italy readying another change as Locatelli is given instructions.

    EXTRA TIME | FIRST HALFSunday 11 July 2021 22:02 , Jack Rosser

    We’re off for the first half of extra time. No changes for England. Mancini sends Belotti on for Insigne.

    Could Saka have got through?Sunday 11 July 2021 22:00 , Jack Rosser

    Chiellini using all that “experience”

    Changes?Sunday 11 July 2021 21:59 , Jack Rosser

    All the pundits are calling for Jack Grealish... will Gareth Southgate?

    FULL TIME | Italy 1-1 EnglandSunday 11 July 2021 21:57 , Jack Rosser

    Extra time. In the final. Might need another beer.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:56 , Jack Rosser

    90+6 mins: Cynical challenge from Chiellini as he tugs Saka back after the winger sneaks past him and looks to be clean through. Yellow card.

    James Robson at Wembley...Sunday 11 July 2021 21:54 , Jack Rosser

    “These are tense moments in stoppage time. England are keeping their shape, but Italy have control of the ball. One lapse in concentration…”

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:54 , Jack Rosser

    90+4 mins: Italy on the ball. England sitting deep.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:51 , Jack Rosser

    90 mins: Six minutes added on.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:49 , Jack Rosser

    89 mins: This game looks destined for extra time but Sterling is trying to change that. Drives right through the Italy penalty box but is swarmed by blue shirts and can’t cut it back before it runs out of play.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:45 , Jack Rosser

    86 mins: Italy do have to make the change. Chiesa, their brightest spark, is forced off. Bernardeschi is on.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:44 , Jack Rosser

    84 mins: Chiesa is trying to carry on but England are back on top. Insigne goes into the book after being caught by Insigne in the Italy half.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:43 , Jack Rosser

    83 mins: Blow for Italy as it looks like Chiesa may not be able to carry on. Bernardeschi is being readied.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:40 , Jack Rosser

    80 mins: England drawing a few bitty challenges from Italy now, stepping out from the back and starting to look confident again. More like it.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:36 , Jack Rosser

    76 mins: Maguire gets on the ball but can only send it into touch. England have lost their cool a bit here.

    James Robson at Wembley...Sunday 11 July 2021 21:34 , Jack Rosser

    “Too much of this game has been about disruption, rather than control for England. Italy have been allowed to dictate the tempo and flow for the majority of this half. Bringing Saka on feels like the right move, He will force Italy back.”

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:34 , Jack Rosser

    74 mins: Another change for England as Henderson replaces Rice. What a performance from Rice.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:33 , Jack Rosser

    73 mins: Bonnuci goes direct over the top to Berardi who is one on one with Pickford but his effort is over the bar.

    Dan Kilpatrick at Wembley...Sunday 11 July 2021 21:31 , Jack Rosser

    “Italy’s equaliser came at almost exactly the same time as Croatia’s in the World Cup semi-final. This game is so far following a similar pattern. Time for England to show if they have really learned from Russia.”

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:30 , Jack Rosser

    71 mins: Trippier is the one to be replaced by Saka which should be a change to a back four.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:29 , Jack Rosser

    70 mins: This is how England respond, Saka about to come on by the looks of it.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:28 , Jack Rosser

    68 mins: Big test for England now. How do they respond?

    GOAL | Italy 1-1 EnglandSunday 11 July 2021 21:27 , Jack Rosser

    67 mins: Pickford looks to have made a superb save at his near post after the corner but Bonnuci is there to turn it in at the far post.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:26 , Jack Rosser

    66 mins: Harry Maguire called into action as he has to head Chiesa’s cross back over his own bar.

    Dan Kilpatrick at Wembley...Sunday 11 July 2021 21:24 , Jack Rosser

    “Pickford with another fine save at full stretch to deny Chiesa. The goalkeeper has occasionally looked shaky in possession at the finals but his shot-stopping has been magnificent and he has saved England again there.”

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:24 , Jack Rosser

    64 mins: Now England go close as Stones sees a header from a corner tipped over for another.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:22 , Jack Rosser

    62 mins: Huge save from Pickford! Chiesa comes in from the left and keeps going until he can find an angle to shoot. The effort is low and hard but Pickford gets down to make the save.

    James Robson at Wembley...Sunday 11 July 2021 21:17 , Jack Rosser

    “It has been a strong start from Italy this half, with Insigne growing in influence. Mancini has now made his first changes.It’s worth remembering that he is the man who masterminded the Premier League’s most spectacular finale with Manchester City, so the warning is there for England.”

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:16 , Jack Rosser

    56 mins: Decent chance for Maguire as he rises to meet a Shaw free kick but his header is wayward.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:15 , Jack Rosser

    55 mins: Big cheer around Wembley as Bonucci is booked for a big kick out at Sterling.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:14 , Jack Rosser

    54 mins: First change for Italy then as Cristante replaces Barella. Immobile is off for Berardi.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:12 , Jack Rosser

    53 mins: Mancini has seen enough. A double change being readied.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:11 , Jack Rosser

    51 mins: Huge cry of relief as Insigne sends it high and wide.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:10 , Jack Rosser

    50 mins: Nervy moment for England as Sterling crashes through the back of Insigne. Italy free kick right on the edge of the box. Dangerous spot.

    Sunday 11 July 2021 21:08 , Jack Rosser

    48 mins: Shaw plays in Sterling and he drives through blue shirts in the box and goes down with what looks to be a pull but the referee is unmoved.

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