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U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has slammed anybody sending racist abuse to England's players after the team's loss in the Euro 2020 final.

Speaking during a press conference on July 12, a day after England played Italy in the tournament final, Johnson described feeling "sad and rueful but also filled with pride and hope."

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On Sunday night at Wembley Stadium, England and Italy faced off in the final of the men's European Championship 2020.

With a full-time score of 1-1, the game went to extra time and then penalties, during which England lost 3-2.

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What do England's soccer team and the Maple Leafs have in common? Well, according to some Torontonians, they both know how to break fans' hearts.

A stark comparison between the two sports giants began brewing up on Twitter on Sunday, following the Brits' devastating loss to Italy at the European Football Championship on Sunday.

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Prince William has condemned the racist abuse that has been directed at England soccer players following their defeat at the Euro 2020 final.

In a rare, personal message shared via Twitter, the Duke Of Cambridge described feeling "sickened" by the "abhorrent behaviour" of those posting racist comments online.

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Toronto's Little Italy erupted in celebrations after the UEFA Euro 2020 men's soccer championship final on Sunday.

Italy went up against England on their home turf at Wembley Stadium in London, and instead of the cup going "home" to England, the cup went to Rome. The match ended 1-1 after a full 90 minutes and even through to extra time, which forced the game to end with penalty kicks against the two teams.

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