At Wembley in London, England took the lead in the second minute with a goal by Luke Shaw, and Leonardo Bonucci equalized in the 67th minute. The match ended 1: 1, the result did not change even after overtime, so penalties were taken.
In the first series, Domenico Berardi was precise for the lead of Italy, and he was equalized by the captain of England, Harry Kane. England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford then defended Andrea Belotti’s penalty, and England took the lead with a goal by Harry McGuire.
Italy equalized with a goal by Bonucci, and then Marcus Rashford hit the post. In the fourth series, Federico Bernardeschi was precise for Italy, and then goalkeeper Gianluigi Donaruma defended the penalty to Jadon Sancho.
After that, the English goalkeeper Pickford defended the penalty for Jorgenin, and then Donaruma defended the shot of Bukaj Saki and brought the title to his team.
This is the second European title for Italy, after 1968, when the “Azures” triumphed as hosts.