England's quarter-final with Italy at Euro 2012 is their first meeting with the Azzurri in 22 years at a major tournament.
Italia '90 changed football in England, and although the World Cup is best synonymous with the glorious semi-final failure on penalties to West Germany, it actually ended against Italy.
Albeit in the tournament equivalent of the dead-rubber. Few care about playing for third at a World Cup the day prior to the final event, yet Bobby Robson's Three Lions took on the host nation in Bari for the tournament's penultimate game.
Peter Shilton's movement-in-slow-motion in an attempt to prevent Andrea Brehme's deflected free-kick in the semi-final was still fresh in the mind, but it got worse for the 40-year-old.
In his 125th and final international, it was his dithering that gifted Roberto Baggio his opening goal as Italy went on to take the consolation prize.
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