Top 5 new football stars in the UEFA European Championship 2020
By: thiswin blog
In the semi-finals with the Italian team, Olmo demonstrated his outstanding skills in succession, reminiscent of Iniesta who fell into the Italian team to "encircle and suppress" the team. Although the penalty was missed in the penalty shoot-out stage and a goal was not scored during the entire match, this does not affect people's confidence in the 23-year-old's inheritance and promotion of Spanish Tiki-Taka play.
Mikkel Damsgaard - The future of Denmark football
The first person born after 2000 to score a goal in the final stage of the European Championship. When everyone was discussing who will become the next rising star born in the 90s, Damsgaard used two goals in the European Championship to tell everyone that the young football player has stood in the center of the stage.
Kasper Dolberg - Ibrahimović "successor"
In the quarter-finals of this European Championship, the 23-year-old Dolberg of Denmark scored two goals to help the team beat Wales 4-0. In the quarter-finals, Dolberg scored another goal in the 41st minute. He made a domineering gesture of sliding and kneeling in front of the goal immediately after scoring, reminiscent of a similar event in the past. The God Swedish striker Ibrahimovic.
Federico Chiesa - Son of Enrico Chiesa
In the semifinals, Chiesa helped the Italian team break the deadlock. In the final, he ran tirelessly and repeatedly harassed the English team's defense. The 23-year-old star has gradually become the main force from the bench and gradually becomes the core of the team in this competition.
Little Chiesa's father, Chiesa, was the "evergreen tree" of Serie A and won the Coppa Italia. However, the current career achievements of the young Chiesa have fully surpassed his father's posture.
Gianluigi Donnarumma - Euro 2020 MVP
The MVP of the Roman Legion and the entire European Championship smashed the hopes of England's "Football's Coming Home" and brought the Champion back to Italy
In the group stage, Donnarumma won three consecutive games, helping Italy easily advance to the top of the group. Despite losing four consecutive games in the Italian knockout games, Donnarumma's performance was impeccable and he made key saves in a row, especially in the semifinals against Spain and the final against England. He almost turned the game around on his own.
Penalty kicks became his performance stage. Morata's key penalty was blocked in the semifinals. In the final, Sancho and Saka's penalties were shut out, helping Italy finally turn its back to victory when it was at a disadvantage. Won the championship.