UEFA EURO 2020 highlights, Italy vs. England: England and Italy will face each other in the European Championship final on Sunday. England took the lead with a goal from Luke Shaw in the second minute, the fastest goal ever in a European Championship final. Leonardo Bonucci equalized for Italy in the 67th minute. Both after 90 minutes and after extra time, the score was 1: 1. Italy won 3-2 on penalties. (In Bengali)

Italy, one of the most highly decorated teams in the world, has ended a few years of trophy drought. England, on the other hand, was on uncharted territory. You haven’t even reached a final since 1966. The last of Italy’s four World Cup victories came in 2006, when Chiellini made his international debut but did not appear at the tournament. But at the European Championship, the team with its only title in 1968 is comparatively weak. However, Italy have made it to the finals twice in recent years – 2000 and 2012 – while England have not come close so far. With the pandemic restricting travel to London, the 66,000 permitted crowd at Wembley will be largely filled with English fans.

Italy XI: Donnarumma; Di Lorenzo, Bonucci, Chiellini, Emerson; Jorginho, Barella, Veratti; Church, badge, property.

England XI: Pickford; Wanderer, Stones, Maguire; Trippier, Reis, Phillips, Shaw; Berg, Sterling; Kane.