Euro 2020 Final Held at Wembley, Verratti Worried About the Referee?

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Final Euro 2020 will bring together Italy vs England, and will be held at Wembley Stadium. The referee is highlighted Marco Verratti, Gli Azzuri midfielder.

Two teams have confirmed that they are finalists Euro 2020. Italy and England will face each other.

Italy advanced to the final, after defeating Spain on penalties. 1-1 to 120 minutes, The Azzurri won the toss 4-2.

While England also struggled to beat Denmark. Troops Gareth Southgate won 2-1, with the winning goal coming in extra time. The final also brought together Italy vs England at Wembley Stadium, London, Monday (12/7) early morning WIB.

England from the start was favored champion. The reason is, they have the advantage of being the host in the semifinals and finals, plus their golden generation which is inhabited by many top young players. Besides, there is the issue of English already prepared UEFA become champion as a form of ‘thank you’ for thwarting the European Super League project.

Moreover, the match will be held at Wembley, which is the headquarters of England. The spotlight is finally on referee Bjorn Kuipers, who fears the Wembley atmosphere will be affected by the lead Final Euro 2020.

Marco Verratti, the Italian midfielder, believes such things will not happen. He admitted that he was ready to appear in total, and believed that England would be more depressed in the final later.

“There will be a great referee who will play a great game, and will not allow himself to be influenced by the Wembley atmosphere. These officials are used to Champions League games, so we are not afraid,” Verratti said, quoted by the Daily Mail. Football-Italia.

“A final is easy to prepare, because whoever plays, whether from the start or just one minute, will give his life for the team. These are moments that will probably never happen again, although we hope they will.”

“There is pressure, especially in an England team that has never won the Euros, so the team that wants to enjoy themselves the most and feel clearer can have a big advantage,” he said.

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