‘A renaissance for Italian football’

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    Italy coach Roberto Mancini said that watching three years of hard work to bear fruit with the glory of Euro 2020 on Sunday made him cry at Wembley after his team beat England on penalties.

    The Italians went back early to a goal by Luke Shaw, but equalized in the second half through Leonardo Bonucci, before winning 3-2 in shooting after a 1-1 draw after extra time.

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    He scored his first European Championship title since 1968 and was the result of the clever rebuilding of Mancini’s national team after their humiliating failure to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

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    Asked about the tears he shed full time, Mancini said: “It was the feeling that came after achieving something incredible, watching the kids celebrate, the fans celebrating at the stands.

    “He saw what we managed to create, all the work we have done in the last three years and specifically in the last 50 days, which was very hard.

    “We did very well, there were never any problems and the players deserve credit for that. Not only on the pitch, they did a great job there, but I think it’s the fact that we managed to forge that team spirit.” They have created something they can never do. to be separated forward. They will always be synonymous with this triumph because they have so much respect for each other. “

    Veteran defender Bonucci won the star award of the UEFA match as he received his first international award, nine years after the defeat of the Euro 2012 final by Spain.

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    The 34-year-old shouted “He will come to Rome” to the camera after the game, a response to the song “He’s coming home” which is popular with English supporters. “We heard day after day from the Danish game that the cup would return to his home in London,” said Bunoci.

    “Sorry for them, but in reality the cup will reach Rome and so Italians around the world can enjoy this competition.” It is for them, it is for us, we have said from day one that we believe we can do it. It’s right for Italians in all four corners of the globe to celebrate tonight. “

    Bonucci is one of the oldest members of the team, but youngsters such as tournament goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, midfielder Nicolo Barella and winger Federico Chiesa impressed at Euro 2020 to give hope for a bright future.

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    “We were disappointed by the failure to qualify for the World Cup, but you always have to believe, fight for the top and never give up,” added Bunoci.

    “This is a renaissance for Italian football. I am sure now that this team and the coach will continue to make a lot of headlines.”

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