‘It’s coming Rome’: Scottish newspaper The National mocks the British (again)

'It's coming Rome': Scottish newspaper The National mocks the British (again)

He had already done so by calling on Italy’s help with the modern Mancini Brave Heart to avenge Scottish pride. Now that the Azzurri have won against England, the independence newspaper The National tries again and mocks the English again, adding dose.

From It’s Coming Home, the hashtag motto of London fans with which they already predicted victory on the social network, It’s Coming Rome, the cries of Italian supporters with a victorious couple, step small.

Then there’s the title of the new cover of The National, dedicated to the Italian victory. Obviously we have given great satisfaction to the Scots, who historically cannot afford the British crown (especially after Brexit which is absolutely not desired, one of the main causes of tension today).

This is how they celebrate victory at the 2020 European Championships, with a photo on the cover of Donnarumma surrounded by the joy of her teammates. In summary, however, Mancini became “Roberto the Bruce” the first king of Scotland in the fourteenth century.

On Twitter, an Italian user comments: “It’s time to immediately call a twin between Italy and Scotland”.

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