After a tense month of some wonderful football – and a whole year’s delay – we finally now have our official EURO 2020 winners. Congratulations to Italy, commiserations to England– you both did you nation’s proud.
Of course, now we come to the marginally less important matter at hand.
So without further delay, here are the top five players at EURO 2020 who currently play their club football in London:
The Italian has been an ever-present at the heart of Roberto Mancini’s team, starting every game of the tournament.
The 29-year-old has been masterful with his passing tempo and range, giving Italy near complete control throughout the tournament.
With a Champions League medal to his name, and now a EURO 2020 trophy one to match it, Jorginho has given himself a surprise outside shot at the Ballon d’Or.
After a slow start to the tournament, Kane finally burst into life when England needed him most.
Four goals in three games has fired England into their first major final since 1966. It’s been a remarkable show of spirit from Kane to turn his form round, having failed to score in the tournament’s group stages.
The England captain was brilliant in the first-half of the final, and bagged his penalty in the shootout too. Yet it was a case of so close but so far – though the World Cup remains on the horizon, Harry.
After the harrowing incident involving Christian Eriksen in Denmark’s opening game, few would have predicted Denmark to go on and make the semi-finals.
But with great spirit, and a collection of impressive performances, the Danes stormed their way through the tournament.
Christensen’s obvious highlight will be the screamer he scored against Russia, though his performance against Wales – where he stepped into midfield to nullify the threat of Aaron Ramsey – should not be forgotten quickly either.
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Playing alongside Leed’s Kalvin Phillips, Rice has been a key component to Southgate’s steady approach to each match.
The England man put in a typically dogged, yet mature, performance in the final – one that former West Ham and England legend Bobby Moore would have been proud of.
This final will feel like heartache for Rice, but aged just 22-years-old, he will soon have an eye on the 2022 World Cup.
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Perhaps the Dane that most encapsulates that Viking spirit, no one could deny Hojbjerg has left everything on the field during EURO 2020.
Don’t let his tenacious style fool you though, playing in a slightly more advanced roll than he gets with Spurs, Hojbjerg provided three assists during the tournament.
Like all his Danish teammates, Hojbjerg has done his country proud.
Honourable mentions: Cesar Azpilicueta, Bukayo Saka, and Granit Xhaka.