Who won Euro 2020 football today? Italy vs England UEFA Euro Cup 2021? UEFA Euro Championship Final Winner, Results and Scores 2021!
Who won Euro 2021 football? Which country won Euro 2021 football – Italy or England? Will England become the Euro 2020 winner? Or will Italy become the Euro 2020 winner? Watch & Bet here =>
England are playing really well this year. Gareth Southgate has got this team clicking again. Maybe they will break the trophy drought. The Queen herself has forwarded her blessings.
England can lift the trophy if they can beat Italy on Sunday. Fans are excited as should you be. Italy are a strong side. They like to tackle hard and play hard. The final will be great to watch today.
|Date||Time||Euro 2020 Final||Watch&Bet||H2H||Stream||Lineup|
|11th July||20:00||Italy vs England||Watch&Bet>||H2H||Stream||Lineup|
Italy vs England Euro 2020 winner odds
Who will win Euro 2020 according to the Euro 2021 odds? Here are the latest Italy vs England Euro 2020 winner odds from bet365:
|Odds Italy England 1X2:||3.10||3.00||2.55|
|Odds Italy England 1X, 12 & X2||1.50||1.36||1.36|
|Odds Both Teams to Score (BTTS):||2.20||1.61|
|O 2,5||U 2,5|
|Odds Over/Under 2.5 goals:||2.55||1.44|
Who won Euro 2020 Winner, Results and Scores
Italy vs England who won Euro 2020 results and scores? The Italians hold the bragging rights in this contest with 11 wins out of 37. England have only won 8 and the other 8 games ended as draws.
Italy started off the tournament with a lot to prove. They did not qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Now, they are in the finals and deservedly so.
England have been brilliant too. Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling and the rest have really brought the joy out of English fans once again. They play good football – fast, skillful and wins games too.
|Games won by Italy:||11|
|Games won by England:||8|
Who won Euro 2020 Italy vs England Results and Scores
Italy last won against England in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. After that it has been two draws.
|11 Jul 2021||Italy v England||–||–||UEFA Euro 2020 Final|
|27 Mar 2018||England v Italy||D||1-1||International Friendly|
|31 Mar 2015||Italy v England||D||1-1||International Friendly|
|14 Jun 2014||England v Italy||L||1-2||FIFA World Cup|
|15 Aug 2012||England v Italy||W||2-1||International Friendly|
|24 Jun 2012||England v Italy||L||0-0||UEFA European Championship|
|27 Mar 2002||England v Italy||L||1-2||International Friendly|
|15 Nov 2000||Italy v England||L||1-0||International Friendly|
|11 Oct 1997||Italy v England||D||0-0||FIFA World Cup|
|04 Jun 1997||Italy v England||W||0-2||Tournoi de France|
|12 Feb 1997||England v Italy||L||0-1||FIFA World Cup|
Who won Euro 2020 Results and Scores
Some of the best players of the Euros are set to take the stage on Sunday. Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling are obvious picks to score the opening goals.
Ciro Immobile had high hopes pegged on him but he has scored just twice so far. That is not too shabby but Lorenzo Insigne and Federico Chiesa could get on the scoresheet too.
Who won Euro 2021 Winner, Results and Scores
The best way to judge a fixture is by reading into it’s history. We can take a look here at how the past 15 editions of Euros have brought out the 10 winners.
Here are the who won Euro 2021 Final Results and Scores:
|Year||Winner||Runner-up||Results / Scores|
|2020||Italy / England||Italy / England||–|
|1996||Germany||Czech Republic||2–1 (a.e)|
|1976||Czechoslovakia||Germany||2–2 (5–3 e.p)|
|1968||Italy||Yugoslavia||1–1 (a.e) 2–0 (replay)|
|1960||Soviet Union||Yugoslavia||2–1 (a.e)|
Who won Euro 2021 football? Italy vs England UEFA European Football Championship medal table 2021!
England have never won a Euro medal in their history. They last won a major honour in 1966 – the World Cup.
Italy have won the European Championship just once amongst the 10 other winners – 1968.
|Nr||Countries||Gold medals||Silver medals||Bronze medals||Total|
|1||Spain||3 (1964, 2008, 2012)||1 (1984)||0||4|
|2||Germany||3 (1972,1980 , 1996)||3 (1976, 1992, 2008)||0||6|
|3||France||2 (1984, 2000)||1 (2016)||0||3|
|4||Soviet Union||1 (1960)||3 (1964, 1972, 1988)||0||4|
|5||Italy||1 (1968)||2 (2000, 2012)||0||3|
|6||Czech Republic||1 (1976)||1 (1996)||2 (1960, 1980)||4|
|7||Portugal||1 (2016)||1 (2004)||0||2|
|8||Netherlands||1 (2010)||0||1 (1976)||2|
|9||Denmark||1 (1992)||3 (1974, 1978, 2010)||1 (2014)||5|
|10||Greece||1 (2004)||2 (1934, 1962)||0||3|
|11||Yugoslavia||0||2 (1960, 1968)||0||2|
|12||Belgium||0||1 (1980)||1 (1972)||2|