The goalkeeper saved two shootouts and made Azori proud in the final against England at Wemley.
Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donaruma has been named the most outspoken player at Euro 2020 after leading Azuri’s glory at Wembley Stadium.
Donrumma, the first goalkeeper to be officially honored, saved two in a penalty shootout in Italy’s victory over England, and won 1-1 after a 120-minute draw.
Overall, the keeper conceded just four goals throughout the tournament, never allowing more than one match in any game as Azori won just four years after the World Cup qualifier.
Donromma and the title of Italy
Donrumma and Italy emerged from a group that included Turkey, Switzerland and Wales.
They beat Austria and Belgium in the semi-finals to open the knockout stages on a 2-1 draw with Spain in a heavyweight clash.
After a 1-1 draw for 120 minutes, Italy sealed a 4-2 shootout victory to advance to the final, where they beat England 3-2 in another shootout to beat
What is after donorumma?
Donromma has been in the spotlight since 2015, when he stepped down for AC Milan ahead of his 17th birthday.
He has made 251 appearances for the Serie A giants, and has earned his first 32 caps for Italy along the way.
The 22-year-old goalkeeper is currently a free agent, although he has seen his contract with Milan expire.
Following the likes of Sergio Ramos, Echraf Hakimi and Guinea-Bissau in the French capital this summer, Donromma is now expected to join Paris Saint-Germain.