Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel had the laser shone in his face as England captain Harry Kane stepped as much as take an extra-time penalty.
European soccer’s governing physique stated it had opened disciplinary proceedings and has charged England with using a “laser pointer by its supporters.”
UEFA stated its disciplinary investigation may also have a look at “disturbance” brought on by England supporters through the nationwide anthem and the lighting of fireworks by its followers.
Broadcaster ITV, which televised the match within the UK, confirmed footage of a inexperienced laser being pointed at Schmeichel’s face.
`”Whoever they’re they’re an fool … it is silly and he would not deserve that,” ITV presenter Mark Pougatch stated. “That form of factor, no person needs to see.”
After the incident, the English Soccer Affiliation’s on-site crew labored with UEFA to try to discover who had used the laser gadget.
The Danish Soccer Union didn’t instantly reply to CNN Sport’s request for remark.
The disciplinary case might be handled by the UEFA Management, Ethics and Disciplinary Physique.
Boris Johnson congratulates England crew
In the meantime UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has despatched his congratulations to the England gamers and the crew’s supervisor Gareth Southgate.
“Nicely, I believed it was probably the most extraordinary recreation, and clearly I do not suppose I’ve ever seen an England crew play with such creativit, aptitude, versatility and simply hold going like that,” Johnson advised reporters on Thursday.
“It was a complete nail biter. I do not find out about you, however after we conceded that aim early on after which equalized, after which ran on proper the best way into extra-time.
“It might have gone mistaken at any stage, nevertheless it did not and it was simply euphoric. Completely extraordinary. So I congratulate Gareth Southgate and the entire crew. I believed they have been gorgeous and clearly, you realize, wishing all of them the perfect for the Sunday.”
In a while Thursday, UEFA Referees Committee introduced that Dutchman Björn Kuipers would referee Sunday’s remaining.
This might be Kuipers’ seventh UEFA competitors remaining, in response to European soccer’s governing physique.