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Bbc Master Montages But Itv Coverage Was The One To Watch For The Euro 2020 Final

‘Aren’t you supposed to be in church?

Tonight, we were all praying.

Thus far, they’ve been replied.

Uncle Gary, how I miss you.

Auntie Beeb, how I miss you.

An opening line that has been in the works for 55 years.

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For an England generation, as well as our broadcasters, this was unprecedented territory.

It’s unusual for them to have a near-blank canvas.

It’s also unusual to compete for 35 million pairs of eyes.

Beginning at 6.20 p.m., the BBC enjoyed a 10-minute head start.

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Set the scene for the montage(s).

The ITV coverage of the Euro 2020 final between England and Italy was the one to watch. The BBC’s coverage mastered the art of montages, but ITV had the true heavyweights.

And the first images of England goals and flabby stomachs in the fans on Sunday were set to Raleigh Ritchie’s Stronger Than Ever.

Alan Shearer, Frank Lampard, and Rio Ferdinand were Lineker’s own Three Lions.

Nevertheless, unlike the Beeb, ITV addressed the idiots storming Wembley Stadium right away.

It was crucial to incorporate live footage and first-hand testimony from one of the poor stewards, despite the gloomy start.

Italy was also discussed.

It was easy to forget there were two teams playing on court for a while.

At the very least, Lineker and company nailed the montages.

During the studio celebrations for Luke Shaw, Gary Neville spilt Roy Keane’s coffee. There were other moving programs — on 66, this class of 21, and The Impossible Job (including Messrs Eriksson, Capello, and Hodgson).

Gabriel Clarke in his prime was on ITV.

And there’s Frankie Dettori.

Switching between the two stations brought up a who’s who of commentators: Jurgen Klinsmann, Sir Geoff Hurst, and Alessandro Nesta, to name a few.

ITV, on the other hand, had Euro 2020 heavyweights like Emma Hayes, Ian Wright (singing (and dancing) along to Sweet Caroline), and Roy Keane, who interrupted Luke Shaw’s goal celebrations by ensuring his cup of tea didn’t end up skywards like pints all over the country.

‘Unfortunately, this comes with a warning,’ Lineker stated a few channels away.

This is the United Kingdom.

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