Euro 2020 Football Championship – England & Italy Cruise to Finals
Euro 2020 Football Championship, which was postponed last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic went to the year 2021 with the aforesaid title.
The semifinals of the tournament were recently played between Italy vs Spain ( on 6th July) & Denmark vs England (on 7th July) at the Wembley Stadium, London, in front of almost 66,000 fans, which for sure remained a mammoth crowd.
At Wembley Stadium, London, the first megahit semi-final match that was played between Italy, and Spain where Chiesa for Italy scored its first goal at 60th minute whereas Spain scored the equalizer by Morata in 80th minute.
The match remained 1-1 during the allocated 90 minutes, after which extra time of 30 mins began, with the passing time, it seemed as if the game was losing its vigor & the players appeared to be overtired.
The game was decided by Penalty Shootout where Italy scored 4 and Spain could only manage to score 2 goals. Jorginho scored the winning penalty after Alvaro Morata’s goal was missed. Federico Chiesa’s goal was hampered by Alvaro Morata, yet the Juventus striker made the deciding error during the penalty shoot-out.
These substantial efforts finally led to the entry of Italy into the finals, Spain was kicked out of the grand tournament. This happened for the first time in the entire football game history of Spain.
On the other hand, the 2nd semi-final between Denmark and England took place at the same stadium. England came victorious over Denmark, seeming as if ruling over its home ground.
Mikkel Damsgard rocked in the initial part of the game and gifted Denmark a 1-0 lead over England in the 30th minute. Later, Kjaer tried to prevent Raheem Sterling from scoring but pushed it into his own net and leveled the score by 1-1 in the 39th minute of the game.
By the end of 90 minutes, the score remained 1-1, while during the 14th during extra time, Harry Kane scored a penalty kick and let England win the game by 2-1. Fantabulous!
The finals of Euro 2020 would be contested between Italy and England on the 11th of July, 2021 (Sunday) at Wembley Stadium, London.
Let’s see who will win the title and bring the Euro 2020 trophy back home.