England fans hammer Italian supporter after Euro 2020 final. Photo | Video grab
"Its coming home, its coming home" could be heard loudly when Luke Shaw took Harry Kane-led England to a fitting start in the Euro 2020 final versus Italy, with a goal in the second minute of the high-voltage clash at the Wembley Stadium on July 11.
However, Englands lead came to an end as Italys Leonardo Bonucci struck at the 67th minute to level the scores and set up a thrilling penalty shootout face-off between both sides to determine the Euro 2020 winners. Eventually, it was Italy who held their nerves in the shootout as they triumphed over England, 3-2, in front of a jam-packed crowd.
For Italy, Domenico Berardi, Bonucci and Federico Bernardeschi held their nerves to score during the shootout whereas Harry Kane and Harry Macguire were the only goal-scorers for England in the dramatic penalties. As Italy won its second European championship, coming a long way following their disqualification in the 2018 World Cup, England fans were silenced and stunned after their side had the momentum for the entire first half and also acquired a lead during the penalties.
Hence, things went out of control as a video has gone viral on social media platforms, with a group of English supporters thrashing an Italian fan left, right, and center just outside the stadium premise. Heres the shocking and spine-chilling video where a group of Englishmen lost control and attacked the spectators leaving the stadium, with the security guards jumping in for everyones safety
The video has gone viral in no time, with English fans being trolled mercilessly for their behavior and how they have reacted to Kane & Co.s surrender in the summit clash. For the unversed, England had reached a major tournament final after a huge gap of 55 years, hence, the fans were jubilant and confident of a win in the Euro 2020 championship.
Nonetheless, Englands wait for a major trophy continues after a heartbreaking end in the Euro championship at Wembley. After the match, Kane said, "Penalties is the worst feeling in the world when you lose," Kane told ITV."Anyone can miss a penalty. Penalties are penalties. We went through a process. The boys did everything they could, it just wasnt our night," he added.