Spotlights on Italy-England. The whole world of football (and not only) is watching the Wembley match. And he comments on it on social media. Depopulate the hashtag ItsComingRome (“He’s coming to Rome”), parody of the choir “It’s coming home“(” He’s coming home “) that the British sing confident of winning the European Championships.
The vip fans of the national team are not lacking their support through social media. Fedez e Chiara Ferragni have published a photo in which with the colors of their clothes, together with those of the little Leone and Vittoria, they form a tricolor. Antonella Clerici she shared a photo of her with her face painted in red, white and green before the match began, writing: “Ready for the game!”
Italy-England, Von der Leyen cheers for us: “Come on blue, fingers crossed for tonight!”
Ursula Von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, shared a photo with the blue shirt accompanied by a message of support for our national team. “Very nice surprise from our European Commission team in Italy – writes Von der Leyen on Twitter – Come on blue, fingers crossed for tonight!”. The Scottish nationalist newspaper continues its anti-England campaigns The National, who tweeted again the famous front page with Roberto Mancini in Braveheart version, writing: «Here we are! June 18, Scotland “beat” England 0-0 at Wembley. July 21, will Italy finish the job? ».
After the goal of the English advantage, the tenor of social messages changes drastically. Users let people know how anxious they are about the outcome of the match, often with ironic memes involving the mom and girlfriend of Matteo Berrettini, protagonists today in the stands at Wimbledon. The two women have become a bit of an icon of Italian tension for a final.
Berrettini, the “worried” girlfriend in the stands unleashes social media: “We are today like Ajla at Wimbledon”
The reaction to Shaw’s goal was extremely viral Leone Lucia Ferragni, son of Fedez and Chiara Ferragni, in tears in the arms of his mother. The photo was shared on Instagram by his father and immediately taken up by thousands of users. Silvio Berlusconi has published a photo that portrays him together with Adriano Galliani, while watching the game together as in the days of Milan. The former prime minister writes: “Whatever happens, be proud of you.”
The goal of the blue tie is welcomed with relief and determination by the Italians on social media. Then the president’s exultation became popular Sergio Mattarella, a smile that touched the social media people. Very sharp, as usual, the comment of Costantino Della Gherardesca: “Sterling’s dips are a harbinger of what will happen to the pound during the impending collapse of the UK economy.”
An Italian language tweet from Zayn Malik, former member of the One Direction, ignites the controversy: “Why is Italy so dirty?”. Many from Italy answer him, starting with Andrea Delogu: «Listen, you were the first to abandon the boat of your 1D friends. We do not take lessons from traitors ». Epic is the response of Fedez, who publishes a photo of an angry Leone. The challenge is not only on the pitch, but also on social media.