The Isle of Wight felt the the highs and lows of Euro 2020, on Sunday, July 11.

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Flags flew across the Isle of Wight and some businesses opted to close early, to give staff the opportunity to experience England's first major final in 55 years.

Godshill, Wroxall, Yarmouth and Nine Acres primary schools were among those to open late on Monday morning, knowing their young students would be staying up to cheer on their heroes.

Cowes man Will Ainslie was lucky enough to see England vs Italy at Wembley.

His moment of joy was captured in a photograph from the stands, when Luke Shaw scored the quickest ever goal in a Euros final - after just two minutes.

The Church on the Roundabout in Newport, was among those to send a message of support to the team.

Its famous sign named manager Gareth Southgate as the man of the moment.

Joy turned to despair when Italy equalised in the 67th minute, forcing the match to extra time and the dreaded penalties.

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The moment that England's dreams were crushed was snapped by Matthew Chatfield, in a photo from the Blacksheep Bar in Ryde.

A disappointing end...but the journey to the World Cup has started and England must surely be a favourite for Qatar 2023, after the heroic efforts.