Luke Shaw sets Euros record after scoring for England against Italy

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England got off to a dream start against Italy, with Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw volleying home England’s opener.

Shaw’s goal against Italy is now the fastest ever goal in a European Championship final, according to Metro.

Chus Pereda previously held the record for the fastest goal in a Euros final after his early effort in Spain’s 2-1 victory over the USSR way back in 1964.

It took Pereda just five minutes and 17 seconds to break the deadlock in that match 57 years ago.

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