Spot-kicks, saves, celebrations and Sterling: Euro 2020 in pictures

The tournament reaches its climax on Sunday when Wembley hosts the final between England and Italy.

Pa Sport Staff
Saturday 10 July 2021 10:00
Raheem Sterling has shone at Euro 2020
Raheem Sterling has shone at Euro 2020

Euro 2020 concludes as England take on Italy in the final on Sunday. Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the tournament’s memorable moments in images.

Harry Kane scored the winning goal as England beat Denmark in extra time to reach the final
Manager Gareth Southgate has been the inspiration behind England's success
Kane (centre) was also on target in a memorable last-16 victory over Germany
It was a far cry from Kane's subdued performance in the group game against Scotland
Raheem Sterling, here celebrating his winning goal against the Czech Republic, has been a key player for England
Harry Maguire was among the goalscorers against Ukraine in Rome
Jorginho (right) casually rolled home the winning spot-kick as Italy beat Spain in a semi-final penalty shoot-out
Roberto Mancini has been the man behind Italy's run to the final
The return of fans in significant numbers as coronavirus restrictions ease has brought vibrancy to the tournament
Scotland fans made plenty of noise at Wembley for their group game against England
Scotland goalkeeper David Marshall had a moment to forget when he was beaten from long range by Czech Republic's Patrik Schick
Callum McGregor (left) scored Scotland's only goal of the tournament in a 3-1 loss to Croatia
Luka Modric scored a stunning goal against the Scots in Glasgow
Wales reached the last 16 with an impressive win over Turkey in Baku, Aaron Ramsey scoring their opening goal
Gareth Bale was unable to work his magic as Wales were thrashed 4-0 by Denmark
Denmark's run to the last four was fuelled by emotion after Christian Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest in their first game. Kasper Schmeichel celebrated with gusto after the last-16 win over Wales
Spain ended Croatia's run with a 5-3 victory in the last 16
Kevin De Bruyne's tournament ended as Belgium were eliminated by Italy in the quarter-finals
Jurgen Sommer made the crucial save as Switzerland produced a shock to beat world champions France on penalties
France had led 3-1 in that game after a brilliant goal from Paul Pogba