ENGLAND have been hit with three charges from Uefa after their sensational 2-1 Euro 2020 semi-final victory against Denmark.
A laser pen was shone in Denmark keeper Kasper Schmeichel’s eyes just before Harry Kane took his penalty.
The Leicester man still managed to save the spot-kick before Kane tucked home the rebound.
Uefa have charged England for this, as well as for fans booing the Denmark national anthem and for ‘letting off fireworks’.
A statement from the football governing body added: “The case will be dealt with by the Uefa Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body (CEDB) in due course.”
A financial penalty is the expected sanction – and it could be five-figures.
Kane converted the rebound after the Denmark goalkeeper had saved his spot-kick, sending the fans into raptures
But after the game, footage emerged which showed a green laser flickering across the Danish stopper’s face, with a fan seemingly looking to distract him.
A steely-faced Schmeichel – who poked fun of England’s lack of major tournament success on Tuesday – was able to focus on Kane and the ball.
The Dane dived expertly to his left to keep out the England skipper’s effort.
Gareth Southgate’s side held on for a famous victory which sees them into their first major tournament final for 55 years.
They will host Italy at Wembley on Sunday – Roberto Mancini’s side beating Spain on penalties in their semi-final.