L'Italia festeggia in strada e sui social la vittoria ad Euro 2020, migliaia di scozzesi diventano italiani, Mancini diventa la Regina Elisabetta e il principino George piange mentre Federico Chiesa chiama mamma.
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#ItsComingRome and #campionideuropa are the two trending hashtags since last night on Twitter, but the victory of the Azzurri at the European Football Championship is trending on all social networks, with good peace to the poor English fan who, on the eve of Italy-England match, had the cup tattooed on his leg with the words "Euro 2020 It's Coming Home".
And, instead, the cup has already arrived in Rome while the Web and social networks exploded with joy and memes. The Web and the Italian social networks, but not only: a little bit of all in Europe (English excluded, of course) have supported Italy and are showing their joy for our victory. With the striking case of the Scots, who in thousands are changing their profile name on social media, Italianizing it in sometimes hilarious ways. And then the photos in all sorts of ways, of Roberto Mancini, the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella and the English Prime Minister Boris Johnson and much, much more in this final post of Euro 2020 including a beautiful voice command of Federico Chiesa to his smartphone.
Euro 2020 social: the Scots become Italian
From a few hours there is a mass phenomenon on Twitter: the Scots, bitter enemies of the English on and off the pitch, are changing name and surname in honor of the victory of the Italians: @ScarletBertie becoming Bertoli Scarletti, @Matt_Hughes67 becoming Matteo Hucini, @Burnett_27 becoming a wonderful Burnettoni, @EllisWikins20 becoming an even more beautiful Ellizio Wikinzano.
And then other name changes in honor of Italians, such as "Coryano De Rossi Nicholasano", "Karlotti Italianni Davi" and an equally simple and wonderful "Focaccia".
Euro 2020: the meme photos
There are countless retouched photos and galleries dedicated to the victory of the Italian national team over the English one. Like the retouching of Roberto Mancini, who becomes Queen Elizabeth, complete with custom-made cap, or Boris Johnson's hair that goes from canary yellow to the tricolor white-red-green.
Also worth mentioning are the photos of little prince George, who after rejoicing at the first goal cries after the penalty shootout defeat. It was Prince William and Kate Middleton's turn to explain him that, in life, it is also necessary to know how to lose.
Euro 2020: the tweet of the astronaut Parmitano
Some controversy, instead, for the tweet of the Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano that, after the first goal of England has tweeted: "What an amazing goal!
Parmitano, overwhelmed by the negative comments of the Italians, then had to clarify that he supported Italy anyway.
Euro 2020: "Chiama Mamma"
Fine, finally, the video of Federico Chiesa became viral in a few minutes: at the end of the match, after the victory, the Italian champion takes in hand the smartphone and in the bedlam of Wembley activates voice commands. What did Chiesa order to his smartphone? Call mom.