UEFA is researching and having an investigation into various episodes of the happenings during the England’s triumph at Wembley on Wednesday.
In a statement, UEFA affirmed disciplinary procedures have been opened against England following their Euro 2020 win over Denmark, with the utilization of a “laser pointer” by allies remembered for the charge list.
The booing of the Denmark anthem from segments of the English fans has likewise fallen under a magnifying glass, alongside the lighting of firecrackers following the 2-1 win after extra-time.
England boss Southgate and his side are currently preparing themselves for a last with Italy on Sunday at Wembley yet are standing by to find what activity, assuming any, will be taken.
What occurred against Denmark?
Britain fell behind against Denmark, surrendering their first goal of the competition simultaneously with Damsgaard slamming a free-kick past Pickford on the half-hour mark.
Simon Kjaer nine minutes own goal after the fact reestablished equality and constrained the game past the hour and a half imprint.
The match authorities met up for a talk before the beginning of extra-time, Makkelie who was the referee of the match seeming to propose that a laser was being utilized in the group.
TV cameras then, at that point caught a light being sparkled onto the substance of Dennish’s goalkeeper Schmeichel as he arranged to confront a punishment from Kane.
The Foxes goal keeper saved the spot-kick, yet saw the bounce back succumb to Kane to move home the victor.
What has UEFA said?
European football’s overseeing body is investigating the episode, alongside various different charges.
An assertion from UEFA peruses: “Disciplinary procedures have been opened after the UEFA Euro 2020 semi-last match among England and Denmark, played on July 7 at Wembley Stadium, London.
“Charges against England: Use of laser pointer by its allies; unsettling influence brought about by its allies during the public song of devotion; lighting of firecrackers by its allies.
“The case will be managed by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body (CEDB) at the appointed time.”