What has happened?
Rashford, Saka and Sancho have had a number of comments on their past Instagram posts after their penalty misses on Sunday night.
They have been targeted with monkey emojis and other racially abusive comments since the end of the game.
What happened in the game?
It was a familiar story for England as they lost on penalties to Italy having come within a whisker of winning their first major trophy in 55 years.
Jordan Pickford saved twice from the spot but ultimately misses from Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka meant Italy emerged victorious.
England got the dream start when Luke Shaw gave the hosts the lead after just two minutes, smashing home Trippier’s cross brilliantly from close range. Gareth Southgate’s side looked a far cry from previous England teams and treated the home fans to a glorious first half in which they were largely in control.
It was a different story after the break as Roberto Mancini’s team began to exert control and, after Italy tested Pickford twice in quick succession, Leonardo Bonucci was on hand to force the ball home from close range after the England keeper turned Marco Verratti’s effort onto the post.
England improved as the second half wore on having looked at one point as though they were in danger of getting blown away by a resurgent Italy.
Extra time was a cagey affair with few chances at either end before the dreaded sight of a penalty shootout to end the tournament. Pickford did admirably but it was his opposite number, Gianluigi Donnarumma, who emerged as the hero.
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