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2021-07-13T11:35:15.956Z

If the ensuing pendulum and dirt affair were not enough for England ("The players in the Southgate market"), the country is still upset by the mass burglary of Wembley: "The ugly side of English passion"



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England wonders: why is no one talking about the real disgrace from the Euro final

If the ensuing pendulum and dirt affair were not enough for England ("The players in the Southgate market"), the country is still upset by the mass burglary of Wembley: "The ugly side of English passion"

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Tuesday, 13 July 2021, 13:43 Updated: 13:49

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Summary: All Euro 2020 rates (except the final) (Sports 1)

England is still upset by the loss in the Euro final to Italy, and although many good ones express support for the team players and thank them for the positive and successful tournament and the fighting and respect they returned to local football - but England continue to deal with the negative side around the final.



The first thing is of course the penalty kicks and the issue around the kickers.

Yesterday, they analyzed in depth in England the decision of coach Gareth Southgate to let the cold substitutes Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho kick, and then the young Buccaneer Sake to kick the fifth penalty.

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Before the Euro final: Security failure at Wembley, fans raged, broke fences and invaded the stadium

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The Daily Mail reports today (Tuesday) that "England's players were in the market for Southgate's decision to let 19 - year - old Saka kick the decisive fifth kick ... The player was in doubt to enter England's squad for the tournament, and was still preferred to pick the kick The decisive factor in front of players like Sterling or Grillish ... The players were shocked that such a young man was placed in such a position, to decide the fate of the team after 55 years without a title. "



Jose Mourinho and Roy Cain wondered why the veterans did not kick, and even criticized them for not taking responsibility. Jack Grillish reacted angrily and tweeted "I wanted to kick!" But claimed that the coach was the one who chose others. Now the Daily Express claims that "Grillish has blamed the coach."



In addition, England are still upset by the big break-in to Wembley before the final, when thousands of fans broke through the fences, pushed security guards and entered the final game without tickets,Settled on the aisles and created both a sanitary hazard (overcrowded in Corona) and a real danger in light of the blockage of the stairs.



This has created an injustice for ticket buyers, many of whom have found their seats seized by burglary fans, and the Daily Mail even reports that "the players' families said they were in real trauma from being close to the rioting fans, and had a nightmare with real moments of fear."

The e-mail reads that "it is puzzling why everyone is talking about the penalties, but such a failure is completed."

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In England revealed: 6 and 7 kicks in the penalty shootout - Pickford and Phillips

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The Guardian wrote that "English passion showed its ugly side ... the excitement before the game was far more dangerous than the disappointment after the loss. England's cheerful anticipation was disturbing. Wembley on Sunday afternoon was a lawless place. From the early hours of the morning. "There was laxity, which caused a malicious feeling. This was also the case in many other areas of the country: naked dancing, glasses of beer thrown in the air, loud singing - everything seemed between happy hedonism and violent delinquency."

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