LE Scan Sport – In both Edinburgh and Glasgow, Nazional’s coronation against the English hereditary enemy led to scenes of great joy.
Although their selection disappeared from the group stage of Euro 2020, Scotland celebrated after the final in Wembley on Sunday. Not so much to celebrate Italy’s victory, but to be remembered above all else English neighbor loses at the end of a penalty shootout (1-1, 3 tabs to 2). From Rome, and in the four corners of fiery Italy, a large number of Scots took to the streets to celebrate this special moment.
In Glasgow, for example, activists stormed Queen’s Park, waving Italian flags with horns and endless slogans. Scenes of joy were also seen in the country’s capital, Edinburgh, which reacted to Tony Giuliano, whose appearance in the politician was transgender. “The cars sound furious. Are we in Scotland in Rome?“, Told the electorate a very late-night joke with a video of the celebrity cheering with his message. Firecrackers are also found at various locations in Glasgow.
Local newspapers, for the most part, look at the Euro final objectively and backwards. National, A pro-Scottish newspaper, welcomed Transpoln’s coronation with great relief. “It’s coming to Rome!“(He’s coming back to Rome !, author’s) headlined the publication with humor, especially congratulating coach Roberto Mancini on his work compared to Robert Bruce. Given their “last hope” the Italians did not hesitate to make a face, with Braveheart, The nickname of Scottish freedom fighter William Wallace, who played Mel Gibson in the blockbuster at five Oscars.
Bonucci says he was inspired by the British “coming home” before the Euro 2020 final.