The Three Lions of England are facing disciplinary proceedings from UEFA following their Euro 2020 semi-final win over Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday night.
UEFA has charged England fans for using a 'laser pointer' – a clearly visible luminous green light- to attempt to distract Kasper Schmeichel prior to Harry Kane's goal in the 14th minute of extra time.
Although Schmeichel saved Kane's initial spot-kick, he was unable to stop Kane from netting the rebound which proved decisive as the Three Lions booked a place in their first final at a major tournament since 1966.
The penalty was deemed controversial after replays showed that there was little contact on Raheem Sterling prior to his fall in the Denmark 18-year-box which led to the penalty,
UNILAD reported that UEFA, on July 8, said there had also been a disturbance during the singing of the national anthem, and an incident in which a supporter lit fireworks.
England is thereby facing three counts stated below, per The Independent:
The charges are set to be dealt with by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body in 'due course' as England face Italy in Sunday's final at Wembley.