By scoring after 117 seconds, Luke Shaw made history in the Euro finals.
There was no need to arrive late at Wembley for the Euro final between Italy and England. Because in the second minute of the game, the Three Lions opened the score through Luke Shaw.
The Manchester United defender, who scored his first goal in 16 appearances, was at the origin and the conclusion of the action. The Manchester United defender, who scored his first goal in 16 appearances, started and finished the move, with Shaw breaking away from his Italian opponents to feed Kane in midfield, who then set up Trippier for a through ball.
Trippier crossed the ball to Shaw at the far post, who was completely overlooked by the Italian defense and came out to beat Donnarumma with a half-volley with his left foot!
And this goal scored after 117 seconds of play is historic because it is simply the fastest goal in a Euro final!