‘It’s coming to Rome!’ - Leonardo Bonucci taunts England after Italy win Euros in penalty shootout

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Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci screamed "it's coming to Rome" into TV camera after beating England in the Euro 2020 final.

A tense 120 minutes led to a penalty shootout, which the Azzurri won after Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka failed with their efforts.

The Lightning Seeds' 'Three Lions (Football's Coming Home)' once again became an anthem for England fans throughout the country, a fact which did not go unnoticed by Bonucci.

Wembley was largely dominated by England fans and renditions of the song was heard sung throughout the game as the Three Lions tried to

Within seconds of Saka's penalty being saved, the Italy defender grabbed a TV camera and screaming "It's coming to Rome, it's coming to Rome."

Bonucci soon focused on celebrating with the rest of his team-mates and Wembley quickly emptied, leaving the small Italian fanbase and some England supporters who stayed to watch the trophy presentation.

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