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    EPISODE 35 OF THE FARMING SOCIAL HUB PODCAST

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It’s a historic night – but it ends in agony as England lose Euro final on penalties

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It’s an agonising end for football fans in West Norfolk as they watched England lose the European Championship final on penalties.

Supporters flocked to venues across the area again this evening as Gareth Southgate’s side face Italy in the Euro 2020 showpiece at Wembley.

And it was a dream start as the unlikely figure of Luke Shaw gave the home side an early lead.

Smiles all round in the build-up to the game (49088060)
Smiles all round in the build-up to the game (49088060)

But the match went to extra time after Italy dominated the second period with Leonardo Borucci bundling home their leveller.

And England had three of their spot kicks saved after the extra 30 minutes failed to produce a winner.

How have you enjoyed, or endured the game? Share your pictures via the Lynn News Facebook page.

Enjoying an historic night for English football (49088069)
Enjoying an historic night for English football (49088069)
Delight on the faces of these England supporters (49088097)
Delight on the faces of these England supporters (49088097)
Cheers as England took an early lead (49088094)
Cheers as England took an early lead (49088094)
Enjoying an historic night for English football (49088072)
Enjoying an historic night for English football (49088072)
Is it coming home? These fans thought so (49088066)
Is it coming home? These fans thought so (49088066)
Anxious faces as the game begins (49088063)
Anxious faces as the game begins (49088063)
England fans gather at the Swan, South Wootton (49088057)
England fans gather at the Swan, South Wootton (49088057)



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