Who won the Euros?

Who won the Euros?

Italy's national football team will compete in the UEFA EURO 2020/Championship tournament. Italy won their second European Championship and sixth major title overall on Sunday when they defeated England in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley Stadium, but who took home the individual honors? And which club is the champion of Europe? Find out here:

England defender Harry Kane was named player of the tournament. He scored three goals and provided two assists as England made it to the final before being beaten by Italy. In the center-forward position, Kane beat out Italy's Giuseppe Rossi and France's Antoine Griezmann to take home the prize.

Kane became only the third player after Marco van Basten and Ruud van Nistelrooy to win the Golden Shoe award twice, having also done so in 2014. The Premier League returns from its summer break on 13 August.

Italy midfielder Mario Balotelli was the top scorer with five goals. His teammate Daniele De Rossi was awarded the Man of the Match honor after he made several important contributions with the ball at his feet. AC Milan are the champions of Europe!

San Siro hosted the final and there were more than 70,000 fans in the stadium. This is a new record for Italy and it is expected to be broken once the finals of EURO 2024 are held in Rome's Olympic Stadium.

Who won football Euro 2020?

The national football team of Italy Champions League/UEFA EURO 2020

Italy won their second European Championship by defeating England on penalties in the final after a 1-1 deadlock in extra time. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak in Europe in 2020, the event was rescheduled for summer 2021, however the name UEFA Euro 2020 and host venues remained.

When did Italy last win the Euro?

On Sunday, July 11th, Italy won the Euro 2020 title with a penalty shootout victory over England in the final at Wembley Stadium (8 p.m. kickoff). The Azzurri had previously won the Euros, in 1968, in their first appearance in the event, which had a significantly different look from today's competition.

Italy has won the most European Championships, with nine titles to its name. Germany is second with five wins. England and France have each won twice. The Dutch team has the most consecutive victories with eight straight wins from 2008 to 2015. However, Italy has the highest percentage of wins, as it has won 77 percent of its matches.

Here are the latest updates related to Sunday's championship game:

England was eliminated from the Euro 2020 tournament with a 1-4 loss against Italy on Sunday night. The Azzurri went ahead after just three minutes when Kenedy scored his second goal in two games. England came close to scoring through Marcus Rashford in the 19th minute but he hit the post with a fierce shot. In the 31st minute, Eder scored again this time from a free kick to make it 2-0. It took England until the 86th minute to score its first goal of the game when Jordon Ibe found the net. But that was enough for Italy to advance to the final.

Who won the Euro 2021 final?

Italy's national football team UEFA Euro 2020 Final/Championship

On Sunday, Italy ruined England's hopes of winning Euro 2021 at Wembley Stadium (local time). The Azzurri overcame England 3-2 on penalties after the regular 90-minute match ended 1-1 and the deadlock stayed even through extra time.

Has a team ever won the Euros and then the World Cup?

The Italians failed to qualify for the Euros two years after winning the World Cup in 1982, defeating West Germany in the final... World Cup Winners at the Euros

TeamWorld Cup WinPerformance at Next Euros
Spain2010Winners of Euro 2012
Germany2014Semi-Finalists at Euro 2016

Who scored the most in the Euros?

Italy and Spain were the tournament's equal highest-scoring nations, with each scoring 13 goals. The number of goals scored by each country in the 2020 UEFA European Championships (EURO).

CharacteristicGoals scored

Has any team won the Euros twice in a row?

Italy won the most recent final, which was held in London in 2021, defeating England 3-2 on penalties. Italy and France have each won the competition twice (the only other teams to have done so), while Yugoslavia qualified for the final twice but did not advance.

In short, no team has yet to win the tournament twice running. But some can certainly lay claim to having been there before, and taken home some silverware: Italy, France, and Yugoslavia all have Euro titles to their names.

Here are the complete results of the European Championship:

1936 - No tournament due to World War II

1952 - First official European Championships held in Switzerland with six countries participating. Germany defeated Sweden 4-2 in the final match.

1964 - The number of countries taking part in Europe's biggest club championship expands to eight as Denmark joins along with Norway, who had become independent in 1953, Finland, and Switzerland. Czechoslovakia, which had split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1993, also enters as an independent nation.

1968 - Portugal joins the European Championship, making it nine nations competing.

1972 - Greece becomes the latest country to join the European Championship, bringing the total number of participants to 10.

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