UEFA on Wednesday opened disciplinary proceedings and charged England over their followers’ behaviour throughout their Euro 2020 semi-final victory over Denmark, together with allegations a laser was pointed at goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel’s face.
Photos within the British press confirmed the inexperienced gentle of a laser being pointed at Schmeichel’s face simply earlier than Harry Kane’s extra-time penalty.
Some supporters at Wembley additionally booed throughout the Denmark nationwide anthem.
European soccer’s governing physique on Thursday stated it had charged England for “use of laser pointer”, “disturbance caused during the national anthem” and “lighting of fireworks” by their followers.
Schmeichel saved Kane’s penalty, however the England captain scored the rebound to offer Gareth Southgate’s males a 2-1 victory which sealed England a spot of their first main match last for 55 years.
They will face Italy in Sunday’s last at Wembley.