Italy have becoming champions of Europe after beating England 3-2 in penalty shoot-out at Wembley stadium on Sunday evening.
The Three Lions made perfect start to the game and found themselves lead through Luke Shaw, who set-up an history of early goal of the Euros final.
The United defender leads the charge in a counter attacking move down the left as Kane feeds Trippier on the right and the latter’s searching cross finds Shaw again, who clanks it in on the volley from merely six yards out.
Despite, Gareth Southgate’s men took an early lead, they unable to dominating possession as Azzurri take the control in find a way to level it against the Three Lions but unable to broken deadlock until second-half of the game.
In the 67th minutes of the game, Azzurri are finally levelled the scoring with Leonardo Bonucci firing from close range to get his nation back into the match.
The Juventus defender, capitalize Marco Verratti strike that was save by England shot-stopper Jordan Pickford to make it 1-1.
The 1-1 draw sent the final into extra time and then penalties.
Both parties made impressive start to their penalties shoot-out before England missed their last three spot-kick as Marcus Rashford, Jando Sancho and Bukayo Saka failed to broken the deadlock.