England vs Italy Euro 2012 Highlights 0-0 2-4 Penalty Shootout Video June 24 Quarterfinal Cole Young Miss

By Soccer Blog | Jun 24, 2012

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Final score and result:- England vs Italy 0-0 ( Italy win 4-2 on penalties)

Olympic Stadium, Kiev- Euro 2012 Quarterfinal- 24 June, 2012- 19.45 UK- Sunday- 24/6/12

Ashley Young and Ashley Cole miss kicks in the shootout as Italy beat England 4-2 on penalties to advance to a semifinal against Germany in Warsaw.

England vs Italy 0-0 ( AET)

England vs Italy Euro 2012 attendance:- 64,340 ( Referee- Proenca)

England vs Italy 2-4 Penalty Shootout

England vs Italy 0-1 Mario Balotelli Scores
England vs Italy 1-1 Steven Gerrard Scores
England v Italy 1-1 Riccardo Montolivo Misses
England v Italy 2-1 Wayne Rooney scores
England v Italy 2-2 Andrea Pirlo scores
England vs Italy 2-2 Ashley Young misses
England vs Italy 2-3 Antonio Nocerino scores
England vs Italy 2-3 Ashley Cole misses
England vs Italy 2-4 Alessandro Diamanti scores

England starting lineup v Italy Euro 2012:- Hart, Johnson, Terry, Lescott, Cole, Milner, Gerrard, Parker, Young, Rooney, Welbeck

Italy starting XI vs England Euro 2012:- Buffon, Abate, Barzagli, Bonucci, Balzaretti, Pirlo, Marchisio, De Rossi, Montolivo, Balotelli, Cassano

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69 Comments so far
  1. Claudio June 24, 2012 10:49 pm

    Unlike the Champions League finale, right team won in penalty shootout

    Forza Italia!

  2. Claudio June 24, 2012 10:50 pm

    And great penalty from the great Pirlo

  3. Nada June 24, 2012 10:56 pm

    Ashley Young has been poor throughout this tournament

    Gotta feel for Ashley Cole though- such a great tournament he’s had, but that was a poor penalty

  4. Joseph June 24, 2012 10:59 pm

    That was a Panenka, wasn’t it?

  5. Richard June 24, 2012 11:05 pm

    England were hopeless – They lack confidence and self-belief, unfit, cant pass, disconnected, flat-footed, boring, no-heart, cant take penalties, cant control the ball, poor skill level – I wouldnt blame this on the coach, they have played like this for years – they really need to raise their standard to an international level and play as though they want to win for their country.

  6. Phil June 24, 2012 11:09 pm

    Well, Roy’s two banks of four gameplan almost came off.

    Thought it would be a repeat of Euro 96 QF- wasn’t to be be

  7. babr June 24, 2012 11:11 pm

    mr. richard, i think english premier league is this way.
    A shit League
    Actually they lost to juventus

  8. mircea June 25, 2012 12:03 am

    can someone tell me what’s the name of the song from the end of the game, that starts at 07:07 in the rutube video

  9. Mack June 25, 2012 12:10 am

    well, the better side took the day, England take heart!

  10. kimz jhon June 25, 2012 12:26 am

    its a fair justice the better team won in the end.

  11. Jonathan June 25, 2012 1:12 am

    The results were expected, can’t blame the Hodgons entirely, Ashley Young was too young to take the penalty, power over composure, Ashley Cole’s shot was weak, shitty England team, oh wait, Liverpool team. They should have killed the game during the normal time.

  12. modi June 25, 2012 1:25 am

    It was an real bad performance from both sides really, They both played club level foot ball , missed open post chances, what poor team England is despite of so much advertisement of EPL players were looking miserably hopeless on international field , rooney was looking a show piece out there he did nothing except from the penalty , after watching this match Italy have no chances against Germany…final will be between Spain and Germany if Portugal cant pull the upset victory against Spain

  13. kagerosan1923 June 25, 2012 1:25 am

    you’re right claudio. this is how eufa champions league should ended. better teams win.

  14. Jeff Hardy June 25, 2012 2:06 am

    england shud had won dat match

  15. Carbone June 25, 2012 2:53 am

    Italy had 904 completed passes today ….. F**k u Andy

  16. Baloch June 25, 2012 3:37 am

    they never played good football for their national team thn what EPL worth for,well done ITALY ..sad day for Gerrard..VIVA ITALINO.

  17. Suvayan June 25, 2012 4:11 am

    Feel for steven gerrad . Strikers didn’t had good coordination with midfield. Looked it was italy’s day.

  18. Chelsea fans June 25, 2012 4:19 am

    Chelsea won the Champions League finale beatifully and even God sided them! Don’t simply judge what’s “right” team to win in any match as people always say “Ball is Round”!

  19. Al June 25, 2012 5:25 am

    Might not have been the best team on watch but they certainly had their hearts in the right place. First time in a long, long period that I’ve felt proud of the England team at a major championship.

  20. Knirups June 25, 2012 5:38 am

    I agre ‘ashle young’
    Was too too too young for panalty..

  21. James June 25, 2012 5:44 am

    The football was 50_50,accept that england relaxed during penalties.

  22. Sisye paul June 25, 2012 5:45 am

    England has gud players but i wonder y they are poor at delivering

  23. James June 25, 2012 5:57 am

    The football was 50_50,accept that england relaxed during penalties.I admit spain & germany will play finals.

  24. Colby June 25, 2012 6:14 am

    Wasn’t 50-50, more like 90-10 in favour of Italy, especially in the second half

    England made Italy look like Spain

  25. Ethereal June 25, 2012 6:18 am

    One phrases sums up the match (pre-penalties): England couldn’t keep the ball, Italy didn’t know what to do with it!

  26. Antides Santo June 25, 2012 6:21 am

    Congratulations to both sides. Great match, great songs, fair-play, beautiful stadium, an ukrainian flag swinging in the air… and a good referee and helpers; good sign: no one talked about them.

  27. Richard June 25, 2012 6:38 am

    @Al & James – are you kidding or what?
    English footballers need to shape up – they have been lagging in standard, confidence and fight for Gods knows how many years. A big dissappointment.
    @babr you are quite right – international players make the English league what it is. English players are not as fit or skillful as the top world players and they (coaches, players and the F.A.) are getting paid enough to do something about it – they owe it to their supporters – the English!

  28. Felix June 25, 2012 6:53 am

    Missed to watch the game but from the readings, England was fit for Italy consumption.

  29. Neda June 25, 2012 6:58 am

    Luck was not on British Side this time. Ronney has not delivered the good. I think Caroll should enter earlier as he got every ball in the air, Perhaps the duo Gerrard/ caroll would work. Johnson, Terry and Hart have proved their efficiency. Italy facing the Germans will not be easy task.

  30. Live Sports Streaming June 25, 2012 7:07 am

    Never appeared to me that two world class teams were playing against each other. Was overall a mediocre match I must say. And England again proving to themselves that they cannot handle pressures and go down in all the crucial matches. Boring Match. That’ s my analysis.

  31. Mannu June 25, 2012 7:09 am

    what a surprise, Germany & Portugal from Group B, Spain & Italy from Group C progressed for S/F & will face each other group winners & group runners up

  32. sodeeq June 25, 2012 7:57 am

    Both team got what they deserved.

  33. Chelsea fans June 25, 2012 8:23 am

    PIGS enter the semi-final : Portugal, Italy, Germany & Spain 😀

  34. Antides Santo June 25, 2012 8:41 am

    Richard, i was NOT KIDDING. Football is more, much more than just a game.
    I’ve the utmost respect for you and your country.

  35. Peter June 25, 2012 8:48 am

    Richard is the only one who seems to know what he is talking about. Football is a simple game. It requires width and depth, and the ability to play one-touch football. England had neither width nor depth. They certainly do not have the skill to play one-touch football. As Richard rightly points out they ‘cannot pass, are disconnected and flat-footed……cannot control the ball and possess poor skill level’. I would also add that they are a team of ball watchers and ball chasers and lack the ability to close their opponents down. Every time Italy got the ball they had 3-5 yards in which to control the ball, turn and decide what to with it. England were not allowed the same courtesy by the Italians.
    We have been delluding ourselves for years, ever since 1966, that we can compete on the world stage. Well, we cannot and we need to get back to basics. We need to learn the skills necessary to take on the likes of Spain, Germany and the stronger Latin American countries.
    I disagree with Richard saying that the coaches are not to blame. They are! So is the manager. They should select only players with the skill to play one-touch football and wingers who toe the time, create width and stretch defences. They should be told to use one-touch football and play to their wishes. Anyone who cannot do so, or refuses to do so should be dropped and omitted from the squad. Only then will these overpaid ‘prima donnas’ learn to properly ply their trade.

  36. Andy June 25, 2012 8:59 am

    Germany will dispatch Italy with ease

  37. masoud June 25, 2012 9:13 am

    italy is hero…

  38. Antides Santo June 25, 2012 9:14 am

    Chelsea fans, respect for my country. Richard said that “since 1966” you are out of the scene (more or less this). I don’t agree at all, because this year Chelsea won the C.L.
    In 1966 i was already a fan of football and have watched that unforgetable match between England and Portugal; Eusebio had “sweat and tears” and you were the winners.
    It’s time for the “pigs” to teach the eagles and lions.

  39. Antides Santo June 25, 2012 9:26 am

    Sorry, it was Peter who said more or less that.

  40. Dee June 25, 2012 9:28 am

    Typical English style…we hype our boys before a competition and rubbish them after they are knocked out! Only few people here had any encouragement for the team and manager. Does anyone have any statistics to show how pure criticism has improved our game? If you were that good, you should have been in the team that could well have beaten Italy last night. Or do you tnk our boys didn’t want to win last night? Viva England!

  41. Ibrahim Ajileye June 25, 2012 9:40 am

    The so called England players are indeed famous as regard name….. They seem to be more disappointing…. Up italy

  42. clockendjim June 25, 2012 9:45 am

    What a shame that Jack Wilshere was not fit enough to take part.
    What was so glaringly obvious was that there was no-one in the England squad capable of making a killer pass for the strikers. Theo Walcott looked dangerous when he came on but no-one passed him the ball to bring him into the game as Jack would have done.
    The way that Gerrard, Parker, Milner etc ran out of steam in the second half was embarrasing. I thought that English players at least were supposed to be fit and full of running.
    Until we concentrate on developing skillful players instead of robots then we will never achieve anything at national level. However we have been saying this for years now and nothing changes

  43. Nick June 25, 2012 10:37 am

    England were average, our so called ‘Talisman’ Wayne Rooney flopped on the international stage yet again! when are people going to relise he’s just an average centre foreward! Ashley Young was terrible! apart from winning dudious penalties for Manchester United what use is he! Young should never be anywhere near an England team. The best player was Steven Gerrard, he played his heart out! If England had won,and don’t forget this was only an average Italian team, they would have been murdered by Germany!

  44. Peter June 25, 2012 10:50 am

    Antides Santo. I have a lot of respect for your country and any country that can play football. I, too, remember well the 1966 England v. Portugal game and the great Eusebio, the Black Panther. He is in my top three best players ever to grace the field behind George Best.
    In my previous comment, I forgot to mention that it is football that a team should play, and not headball, chestball, thighball or any otherball. Therefore, it is essential that the ball be kept on the ground so that it can be quickly controlled or straight away utilized as in one-touch football. Too often, it is lofted over distance in the air giving the defender the time to go away for a smoke and return in time to intercept. No team, no matter how good, can defend against quick one-touch on the ground football. Spain have proved this as did Brazil in the early 70’s.

  45. Richard June 25, 2012 10:51 am

    @ Peter and Clock – I agree 100%
    @Dee its as painful for me to say it as it is for you to hear that the English squad is simply technically and physically not good enough

  46. Peter June 25, 2012 11:03 am

    give Robin van Persie a british passport so he can score for England

  47. Antides Santo June 25, 2012 11:04 am

    One point. We in the South are more used to June’s temperatures. Please, English friends, don’t tease your own players. Should the weather conditions have been rain or snow, the advantage would be on your side.
    Rooney is a very good player but overweighted… Even the referee, from the South, was distilling sweat.

  48. derek June 25, 2012 11:53 am

    Defeated as usual…………..when will the FA realise that there just are not enough ENGLISH players in the Premier league from which to choose an English team !!

  49. Maddy June 25, 2012 1:53 pm

    As others have pointed out England’s way of playing isn’t pleasant to watch, but they need a major shakeup from the grassroots level.

    People having been bleating about it from time immemorial but no one seems to want to do some real spadework

  50. Terry June 25, 2012 4:14 pm

    Anyone surprised with The result?
    Lets be honest England performance was average with average players [apart from a couple] and an average manager that was sacked by a premier club in relation to average performances and went on to join another club to produce more average performances. Why did he allow Pirlo to roam around the pitch doing what and when he wanted?

  51. sal June 25, 2012 4:55 pm

    Italy is honestly a spectacular team they dominated England which is a fairly good team with 759 passes completed to only 309 passes from England completed. Andrea Pirlo is an amazing aspect to the sport how he dominated yesterday having the guts to attempt that shot and succeed is honestly amazing. also Italy had 35 shots while England only had 9 shots which shows the differential between of who had the ball the majority of the game. With that shot from De Rossi from all the way out hitting the post shows how effective Italy can be close up and far away with young Balotelli and Andrea Pirlo. So i think we can all come to an agreement and say that Italy was the better more dominate team in this one.

  52. Terry June 25, 2012 5:10 pm

    On second thoughts perhaps my comments on the manager were a little unfair however it an average performance overall

  53. Moto guru June 25, 2012 5:35 pm

    Italy adapts well against their opponents. Italy controlled the game against England and failed to Capilalize and execute on atleast 4 occasions (not including DeRossi’s post). They will have to focus against Germany and convert on the many opportunities. Italy will prevail, having talent and sheer will, and history on their side. Smart bunch these Italians, don’t count them out. Adapting to their opponent is priceless in soccer, a trait that Germany fails to recognize.

  54. Moto guru June 25, 2012 5:42 pm


    Pirlo was not allowed to roam, it’s talent. The Matisse of soccer, imagination and talent. It’s a pleasure to see him design the plays. He needs to be more aggressive against Germany and bend them in there. He’s pretty good at that too. The German defense will have alot of work to do against the maestro Andrea.

  55. Sumarnaz June 25, 2012 7:05 pm

    Moto Guru, I appreciated what u said !
    U are tha man !

  56. Kanchan Jati June 25, 2012 8:29 pm

    Personally I am not a football fan but I must say never before in the world of football has anyone and I guess anyone ever will take the penalty the way it was taken by Pirlo on sunday the 24th June 2012 absolutely magnifito “cool”. I was at Neasden temple on saturday the 23 June and a young boy age 8 or 9 years had tee-shirt on with ITALIA written on it and perhaps I guessed than it will be them who may win. May the best team win on Wednesday the 27th June 2012. I wish Italy and Jermany the very best. From,


  57. Bryan June 25, 2012 8:40 pm

    Sorry to see England lose after that great display against a tough Swedish side. But there is no doubt that Italy were the beter side on the day.

    Penalty shoot outs are a grim way to decide a game but I suppose there is no other workable way to do it. Still the result was a fair one. Italy deserved to win and I hope they beat Germany. If Germany play their usual boring, unimaginative game, as if they are advancing on a battlefield to grind the enemy down, then Italy has a good chance to beat them using skill, speed and surprise.

  58. Mia June 25, 2012 10:45 pm

    my mum is italian and my dad is english so you can imagine the tension in our house last night!
    My dad was talking tactics, formation etc. My mum was shouting “kick it” at the TV every 3 mins
    Italy won on penalities. Big plate of pasta for tea tonight yayyyy!

  59. Antides Santo June 26, 2012 5:32 am

    With national teams, this is perhaps displaced, Peter. A portuguese club won the then called Cup of European Champions in 1961 and 1962. Afterwards, 5 times they got the final and… 5 times they lost it! You know very well the meaning of this words. Best wishes and thanks for the kind words about Eusébio, the “Black Panther”, hero of my country.

  60. Antides Santo June 26, 2012 5:33 am

    Oops… * These words.

  61. Edmund Khoo June 26, 2012 12:16 pm

    England have already achieved a miracle by reaching the Quarter-Finals of Euro 2012 with a bunch of overrated, overhyped and overpaid players who lack basic footballing skills and composure to score from the penalty-spot. How most of them even make a living from professional soccer is beyond me. England’s shocking inability to retain possession, and route one tactic of practically bypassing their midfield belongs to the Dark Ages of the game. If the national team still harbours a realistic hope of winning honours on the international stage, they have to revamp their youth academy. In order to achieve success in the near future, England has to ‘naturalise’ at least half the starting line-up with some of the many talented uncapped foreign players in the Premier League. These foreign talent will raise the game of the English players, and even cover up their shortcomings.

  62. S Manimaran June 26, 2012 12:53 pm

    If Ashley Young is as prolific at taking penalties as he is at diving to win them, England would be in the last 4 at Euro 2012.

  63. francis June 26, 2012 6:10 pm

    I knew that once it got to a penalty shoot out that we would lose. In fact we should have lost in the first 90 minutes never mind extra time. England did very well in defence and that is a great credit, but we could build up momentum.

    In the last 10 minutes of the game I was just waiting and hoping that Italy would score and get the result they deserved. I would have been much happier if Italy scored in the last minutes of the game without us facing the penalty shoot out humiliation again.

    As much as I wanted England to win, I just wanted Italy to finish the game in normal time (or at least extra time)

  64. benedetto June 26, 2012 10:25 pm

    Replaying to Andy……………………instead to talk about Italy-Germany think about your team lost. Big players name but really a below average British Team!

  65. benedetto June 26, 2012 10:32 pm

    Germany is stronger than Italy under every aspect nevertheless Italy has various chances to produce a winner soccer!

  66. Stefano (USA) June 29, 2012 7:30 pm

    Andy wrote: “Germany will dispatch Italy with ease”

    so funny

  67. Antides Santo June 30, 2012 5:03 pm

    This Stefano, from the U.S.A. but maybe with Italian origin , is as good in humour and forecast as the great Alfredo di Stefano, player of Real Madrid in the sixties of last century. The last came to Spain from Argentina, if my memory is still working.

  68. Antides Santo June 30, 2012 5:09 pm

    Well, the syntax sometimes is tricky… I’m not sure that A. Di Stefano was good in humour too! But as soccer player he won several cups of European Champions.

  69. ARNAB September 14, 2012 3:29 pm


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