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It’s Thursday 8 July 2021. Our top stories this morning 0:00

England’s footballers are preparing to face Italy in the final of Euro 2020 on Sunday, knowing victory will earn them a first men’s major tournament triumph for 55 years.

On a night of nerve-shredding tension, and then unconfined joy, Gareth Southgate’s side beat Denmark 2-1 in front of more than 50,000 ecstatic England fans at Wembley, to reach their first ever European Championship final.

Captain Harry Kane hit the winner in extra time to book a place against the Azzurri at Wembley (20:00 BST kick-off).

If England win, it will be their first major tournament victory since winning the World Cup in 1966.

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25 comentarios en «Euro 2020: England focus turns to Italy for final @BBC News live 🔴 BBC»
  1. It's coming Rome, it's coming Rome…. it's coming, football bla bla bla 🎉🏆 what a great feeling is kicking arrogant English arses in their home… 😅 they thought "fiiiiinally!! …celebrating victory at the first goal. It's called karma y'English! + I dedicate our victory to the territories under British empirial tyranny and oppression! (💚 Ireland) …and to Julian Assange!! 💪who's detained in a British "Guantanamo" for outstandingly informing us of US state crimes!

  2. About the english: immaturely & unsportsmanlike, removing the 2nd place's medal! Becoming sportsman is a mind-development process. Not just body and egotist-dominance! This should also be a lesson against aggressive sport fans, who turn the much more noble causes and dynamics behind sports to some excuse for psychopathic behavior expression. Missing so the whole point behind sports and love for sports!

  3. This lot are scrambling to find excuses to justify their pattern of defeats..The sad reality is that England got through with some mediocre performances and everyone of them lost their pig heads, in truth England hasn't been convincing all along as they've cheated their way against Denmark. In a nutshell, they've played very defensive and way too caution in attack. You can't play like that against a much better organized side ( Unbeaten for the past 3 years, 35 games !!! ) Who didn't lose their composure after England's first early goal, the other mistake is that the English manager gave too much pressure to young and inexperienced players to take the penalties, that serves you well, you're predestined LOSERS. Now, it's going to Rome where it belongs, as for the English keep dreaming as you still haven't got the fabric to play high level football ! Well done Italy, we love you dearly, you will be doing great at the World Cup for sure ! In a footnote, Tom Cruise should know better than sticking with LOSERS !

  4. They deserve lose. Actually they don't have talented English players they always depends on other country guys even in cricket also they have only 3 , 4 English players . Looser country how dare they attack Italy fans

  5. World Cup football is a risk factor for domestic violence

    11 June 2014 16:08

    Domestic abuse increases during England World Cup football matches – especially if the team loses.

    Researchers analysed figures from Lancashire Constabulary across three tournaments in 2002, 2006, and 2010.  

    After controlling for day of the week, incidents of domestic abuse rose by 38 per cent in Lancashire when the England team played and lost and increased by 26 per cent when the England national team played and won or drew compared with days when there was no England match. There was also a carry-over effect, with incidents of domestic abuse 11% higher the day after an England match. 

    The report was carried out by Dr Stuart Kirby and Professor Brian Francis of Lancaster University with Rosalie O’Flaherty and published in the Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency.

    They found that the average number of incidents of domestic violence on the days when England played was 79.3 compared with 58.2 on the days the team did not play. 

    There was also evidence that incidents were high on the day following an England game, with an average of 70.5 reported cases, and the number of cases also rose whenever the England game was played on a weekend. 

    A police officer quoted in the report said: “The World Cup appears a reason for many to party, however delight and expectation can turn into despair and conflict with the kick of a ball.”

    The researchers also found that reported domestic abuse incidents increased in frequency with each new tournament, from an average of 64 in 2002 rising to 99 in 2010.
    The researchers said there could be several factors behind these findings. 

    “The tournament is held in the summer and is associated with warmer temperatures, increased alcohol consumption and brings individuals in closer proximity to others. 

    “Although it is difficult to say the tournament is a causal factor, the prestigious tournament does concentrate the risk factors into a short and volatile period, thereby intensifying the concepts of masculinity, rivalry and aggression.” 

    They suggest the figures could have risen due to the increased commercialisation of the tournament. 

    A Social Services representative said: “The tournament goes on for a whole month – this creates all sort of problems, often aggravated by alcohol, on the smallest of issues such as what programme the TV is tuned into.” 

    The researchers say these findings are significant because they could lead to new ways to tackle domestic violence and so reduce “the misery of abused partners, as well as the children and family members.”

    The hypocrisy to this countries who called themselves they fight for freedom of the womens, the so-called human rights,
    Shame on u shame on u

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