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How they got there, top scorers, pedigree, key players and the coach – all you need to know about UEFA EURO 2020 winners Italy.
Italy 1-1 England (aet, 3-2 pens)
Federico Chiesa, Ciro Immobile, Lorenzo Insigne, Manuel Locatelli, Matteo Pessina (2 goals)
Group J record: P10 W10 D0 L0 F37 A4
Qualifying top scorer: Andrea Belotti (5)
UEFA EURO best: winners (1968, 2020)
UEFA EURO semis: W4 L1 (1968, 2000, 2012, 2020; 1988)
UEFA EURO finals: W2 L2 (1968, 2020; 2000, 2012)
UEFA EURO 2016: quarter-finals, lost 6-5 to Germany on penalties after 1-1 draw
Coach: Roberto Mancini
One of the best forward players of his generation, though never that lucky with the Azzurri, Mancini has now made his mark as an international coach after winning club trophies in Italy, England and Turkey.
Key player: Jorginho
In the Italy camp they call him Radio Jorginho because he is constantly talking during games, always directing his team-mates. If you are looking for spectacular tricks or stunning goals, you should look somewhere else, but Jorginho is the real brains behind this Azzurri team, an indispensable orchestra conductor. As his decisive kick in the semi-final shoot-out win against Spain showed, he's not bad from the penalty spot either, even if he was denied late on in the final shoot-out.
Young talent: Nicolò Barella
The box-to-box midfielder held the key to Mancini's formation at the finals. Sardinian-born and a vital cog in Inter's Serie A-winning side, the 24-year-old really is the full package, bringing tackling, technique, lots of energy and dangerous, well-timed runs into the opposition box.
Did you know?
During the course of this tournament, Italy broke their records for longest winning streak (13) and unbeaten run (currently 34).