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Leonardo Bonucci Yells Into The Tv Camera After Italy Defeats England In The Euro 2020 Final

Leonardo Bonucci, Italy’s talisman, teased England fans by yelling, “It’s coming, Rome!”

‘In the aftermath of a famous penalty shoot-out Euro 2020 victory at Wembley on Sunday night,’ he said into a TV camera.

With Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, and Bukayo Saka all unavailable for England, the centre back equalized for his side as the Italians came back from behind to force a penalty shootout, which they won 3-2.

After the Italians won the Cup, Bonucci, 34, sent a message home by yelling into a TV camera: ‘It’s coming Rome!’ in defiance to England’s famed ‘It’s coming home’ song.

‘, with the defender ecstatic after his team’s victory on Sunday night.

In the aftermath of the shootout triumph, Italy’s talisman Leonardo Bonucci teased England fans. Bonucci returned back in Rome alongside the Italy squad as they celebrated their victory. The Juventus defender also said: ‘You guys still have to eat a lot of pasta,’ referring to English fans.

‘They wanted to carry the cup back to England, but we’re the ones who’ll fly it to Rome,’ Bouncci said, expressing his displeasure with the boos during the Italian national anthem before the game, saying, ‘We were strong, louder than the whistles.’

‘Before the warm-up, I told my teammates to close their ears and play the way we know how.’

‘We haven’t lost in 34 games, and we’re a terrific group.’

It’s a bizarre pleasure.

‘We’re having a good time with this.’

Italy returned to Rome in the early hours of Monday to celebrate their first European championship since 1968, but England’s wait for a major tournament victory continues.

Roberto Mancini and Giorgio Chiellini lift the European Championship trophy as Italy return to Rome on Monday Bouncci scored Italy’s equalizer from close range as Roberto Mancini’s team roared back Italy skipper Chiellini with the European Championship trophy as the victors arrive in Rome Bonucci, alongside centre back partner and captain Giorgio Chiellini, kept England skipper Harry Kane quiet in a battle I watched on television.

After the sad defeat, England manager Gareth Southgate offered homage to his team, saying, ‘We’re playing against a really excellent side.’

We got off to a fantastic start.

Perhaps a touch too far down.

‘When you score early, it’s natural to try to soak up the pressure and cling on to it, and that’s probably what occurred here.’

They had a lot of the ball and a lot of possession, but we appeared to be in charge.

‘We didn’t create too many chances, then they got their breakthrough from the set-piece, and it was probably a 50/50 situation after that.’

Bonucci was also voted the Star of the Match following a remarkable performance in the final. ‘In extra-time, we grew into the game, had a few half-chances, then obviously penalties are penalties,’ said the talismanic Italian defender in the early hours of Monday.

We went through the steps of our procedure.

The lads gave it their all, but it wasn’t our night.

We should be incredibly proud of what we’ve accomplished as a group.

‘We’re all winners who want to win, so it’ll sting for a time and possibly for the rest of our lives, but that’s football.’

‘We made good progress from Russia, and now it’s time to keep going.’

We have a fantastic roster with a lot of young players who are eager to play more football like this, so that’s all we can do.

‘Develop and learn so that we can enter next year in a stronger position.’

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