Italy secured the second European victory after defeating England 3-2 in the final penalty shootout.
The Italian team won the European Cup for the first time since 1968. Goalkeeper Donnarumma won two penalty kicks from England 3-2 in the penalty shootout.
On Sunday, the two sides drew 1-1 in overtime at the noisy Wembley Stadium.
After Marcus Rashford hit the goal post, the giant goalkeeper will make a clearance from Sancho and Bukayo Saka, Federico Bernardeschi, Leonardo Bonucci and Do Menico Belladi scored for the Italians.
Lukeshaw gave England a fantastic start with a brilliant goal two minutes later, but Italy barely responded in the first half as the hosts sat down and passed Bonucci in the 67th minute. Equalized the score and gradually gained command.
This is the first penalty final since Czechoslovakia defeated West Germany in 1976. After losing in the finals in 2000 and 2012, Italy will celebrate wildly.
They played most of the games after halftime and in overtime, and after their early promises disappeared, England had few complaints.
Nevertheless, for most of the 67,000 Wembley fans, this is heartbreaking, as England lost the first Grand Slam final since winning the World Cup 55 years ago.
When Harry Kane passed the ball to Kieran Trippier, everything started so smoothly. He immediately repaid the head coach Gareth Southgate’s confidence in recalling him. He sent a curling deep pass. With the ball, Shaw, who arrived quickly, encountered the inside in a half-time volley. For his first international goal.
England took the lead early in the 2018 World Cup semi-final against Croatia, but were eventually eliminated in overtime, but they did not seem to give up the initiative at home, playing on the front foot, although they failed to threaten much Narooma.
England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford was also not troubled, because Federico Chiesa (Federico Chiesa) simply missed the goal, while Ciro Immobile (Ciro Immobile) was blocked by Italy. Disjointed performance at halftime.
Pickford started to act after the 57th minute, blocking Lorenzo Insigne’s shot, and then began to pressure in Italy to take the ball from Chiesa when England returned one city.
After Pickford scored Andrea Bellotti’s header into the post, Bonucci raided from close range, which paid off.
A similar story happened in the first 15 minutes, although the England team did forcibly return to the game briefly in the second quarter, although neither side created anything to reward the noise of the crowd.
So it entered a penalty shootout, England’s young gunners failed, and Italy gained glory.
Since 1966, England has not won a major trophy.