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(Reuters) - England defender Harry Maguire said his father was left with rib injuries and struggled to breathe after being trampled by fans during crowd disturbances at Wembley Stadium before the Euro 2020 final against Italy.
(Reuters) - Captain Andy Balbirnie scored a stylish century as Ireland recorded their first ever One-Day International victory over South Africa with a win by 43 runs in the second match of their three-game series in Malahide on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Five players from champions Italy and three from runners-up England were named in the Euro 2020 team of the tournament announced by European soccer's governing body UEFA on Tuesday.
LONDON: England captain Harry Kane admitted his side’s penalty shootout defeat in the Euro 2020 final against Italy was “the worst feeling in the world”.
LONDON: It all ended in a familiar consoling embrace for Gareth Southgate. Wrapping his arms around Bukayo Saka, the England coach felt the teenager’s anguish.
(Reuters) - England's Euros journey might have ended in heartbreak but the Three Lions' run to the final spurred a boom in sales of replica soccer shirts, a leading British sporting goods retailer said on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) -Black players in the England soccer team have been subjected to a storm of online racist abuse after their defeat in the final of Euro 2020, drawing wide condemnation from the squad's captain, manager, royalty, religious leaders and politicians.
(Reuters) - England's hopes of winning a first major trophy in 55 years ended in heartbreak with their shootout defeat to Italy in the Euro 2020 final and the anguish was plastered across the pages of Monday's newspapers, with the Independent's "Tears for heroes" headline summing up the sentiment.
LONDON (Reuters) - The tears of England's losing players at Wembley were replicated across the nation on Sunday night, mixed in with disappointment and alcohol, after Italy beat Gareth Southgate's young side in a penalty shootout to win Euro 2020.
LONDON (Reuters) - It didn’t come home, nothing’s coming home. Instead, a battle-hardened Italian team extinguished England’s delirious Euro 2020 dreams, ending their Wembley party in the cruellest fashion with a penalty shootout defeat in the final on Sunday.