You know it's either England or Fulham that make you start worrying when they score 2 minutes into a match. Sure enough today, England backed off on attacking about 15 minutes later and, by half-time had decided not to attack at all. They invited the Italians into the England half where they stayed for the entire second half. When they equalized, England reinforced their effort NOT to score so as to protect their chances in extra time/penalties. Penalties? Yes, just seconds before the second overtime session ended, England brought on Sancho and Rashford guaranteeing that they would line up to take penalties after NOT HAVING TOUCHED THE BALL FOR THE ENTIRE PREVIOUS 120 MINUTES. Surprise, surprise, they each missed and Italy is the Last year's tourney champs! The only positive of this is that I don't have to listen to Bloody Darke anymore. My typical Darke comment of the day was about England's goal scorer Shaw. "Well, when he was doing his homework in the back seat on his way to Southampton, I bet he never thought he'd be scoring at Wembley." He then went on to explain that Shaw was a youth signee by the Saints. There were about 40 of these spouted out of context all throughout the match.