Two decades of agony – England’s penalty shootout woes since 1990
Monday 25 June 2012
Football hooliganism used to be known as the English disease, but after their sixth penalty shootout exit in 22 years, it appears an inability to score from 12 yards is the real national sickness.
From Turin to Kiev, Waddle to Cole, 1990 to 2012, we look back at every sickening defeat and even a rare success, in the story of England's penalty shootouts over the last two decades.
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