England, on the" laser indicator", appeared on Schmeichel in the semi-final of Euro 2020 in Denmark

UEFA has launched an investigation into a number of incidents that occurred during the Three Lions 'match at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday, with UEFA confirming that disciplinary proceedings were opened against England following the Euro 2020 victory match in Denmark and using a laser pointer by supporters are under charge list".



It's cheering for the Denmark national anthem, in some parts of England fansbase has fallen under Scrutiny, with fireworks launching after a 2-1 victory after extra time. Gareth's Southgate's side are now preparing for the final against Italy at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, but wait to find out if any action is taken


England fell behind the Danes to give up their first goal of the tournament in the process with Mikkel Damsgaard in the event of Jordan Pickford's free kick on for about half an hour.


Simon Kjaer's own goal restored the balance nine minutes later, and he had to convert the game beyond the 90-minute mark.


Match officials who came together to talk before the start of extra time, referee Danny Mckely, seemed to assume that the laser was operating in the crowd.


TV cameras will be picked up by the light that shines on the face of Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel as he prepares for a penalty kick from Harry Kane.



Leicester shot-blocking saved the kick, but saw the rebound fall for Kane to roll Denmark the winner.

European football's governing body is investigating this incident, as well as a number of other allegations.


"Disciplinary proceedings were opened after the Euro 2020 semi-final match between England and Denmark, which took place on July 7 at Wembley Stadium in London.


"For the England for using a laser pointer from its supporter; for disrupting the national anthem and lighting fireworks by the team.


"This issue will be handled by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body (CEDB), which is in a development"


European football's governing body is investigating this incident, as well as a number of other allegations.


"Disciplinary proceedings were opened after the Euro 2020 semi-final match between England and Denmark, which took place on July 7 at Wembley Stadium in London.


"For the England for using a laser pointer from its supporter; for disrupting the national anthem and lighting fireworks by the team.


"This issue will be handled by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body (CEDB), which is in a development"