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Gianluigi Donnarumma trolls England by singing It’s Coming Home in dressing room after Italy’s Euro 2020 win

ITALY keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma trolled England after his side beat them in the Euro 2020 final by singing ‘It’s Coming Home’ down the camera.

The stopper could not resist the jibe at the Three Lions after his penalty heroics saw the Azzurri win Euro 2020 at Wembley.

Gianluigi Donnarumma sang It’s Coming Home after Italy beat England in the Euro 2020 final

Donnarumma, 22, saved two of England’s spot-kicks after a dramatic 120 minutes saw the teams draw 1-1.

Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka saw their penalties saved by Paris Saint-Germain’s new keeper.

And the giant glovesman could not hide his joy after the victory,

In footage posted on his Instagram, the former AC Milan ace and Domenico Berardi were seen blasting out the anthem in the Wembley dressing room.

Donnarumma had his winner’s medal around his neck before he was grappled by another team-mate.

The clip came just moments after the man between the sticks was named player-of-the-tournament.

He was presented with his award on the Wembley pitch by Uefa chief Aleksander Čeferin.

Donnarumma was one of several Italy stars filmed celebrating wildly after their win.


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It was a cagey affair at Wembley

Azzurri players chanted amid wild rejoicing as assistant coach Daniele De Rossi took a spectacular head-first plunge in their Wembley dressing room.

The former Roma and Boca Juniors ace slid across a beer soaked table after Italy’s win.

The 117-cap ex-defensive midfielder, 37, didn’t look in as good a shape as the veteran Azzurri defenders who had helped shut out Kane, Sterling and Co.

But that didn’t seem to bother him as he got involved with the party.

Back home in Italy, fans also wildly celebrated their team’s win.

Supporters took to the streets across the European nation with ‘It’s Coming Rome’ signs and letting off fireworks.

England zipped around early on, boosted by Luke Shaw thumping the quickest ever goal in a Euros final inside the first two minutes.

But they lost steam in the second half as Leonardo Bonucci bundled a 67th minute equaliser.

Gareth Southgate’s men briefly regained their buoyancy in extra time, only for their hopes to belly-flop in familiar fashion when it came to penalties.

But Sancho and Saka are still barely out of water wings as internationals.

So the Three Lions should still be confident of making a splash over the next few years.

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