Here are your latest Euro 2020 headlines for Tuesday, June 22.

Wales fans fume at Lukaku tackle

Wales supporters were left furious after Romelu Lukaku escaped punishment following a challenge on Tim Sparv during Belgium's clash with Finland.

The Inter Milan forward left Finnish captain Sparv in a heap 20 minutes into the clash between the sides on Monday night.

The challenge was similar to the one Ethan Ampadu made on Federico Bernardeschi during Wales' 1-0 loss to Italy on Sunday.

READ MORE:Wales face Denmark in last 16 clash

Chelsea man Ampadu was shown a straight red card and will miss his side's last 16 game against Denmark after earning a one-game ban.

Some Welsh football supporters were less than impressed as Lukaku's tackle went unpunished.

Nigel Harris wrote on Twitter: "Was there much or any difference with Lukaku just having a free-kick against him compared to Ampadu getting a red card last night?"

Cymru Watch commented: "No difference between Lukaku foul just now and Ampadu yesterday. Not even a yellow for Lukaku and no sign of VAR. Unbelievable."

Lewis Jones said: "Lukaku just did the exact same challenge as Ampadu did for his red yesterday. Nothing given."

Paulbufton wrote: "Why wasn't Lukaku red carded for the same offence as Ampadu?"

Davies wants Amsterdam repeat

Ben Davies is hoping for another wonder night in Amsterdam with Wales after helping Tottenham secure a famous Champions League win over Ajax at the Johan Cruyff Arena two years ago.

Wales booked their place in the knockout stages of the Euros on Sunday and will take on Denmark in the last 16 on Saturday.

Davies was a late substitute as Spurs secured a dramatic 3-2 triumph over Ajax in the Dutch capital in May 2019, a result that saw Mauricio Pochettino's men progress into the Champions League final on away goals.

And Wales defender Davies says he is hoping for a stress free evening when Wales continue their Euro 2020 campaign this weekend in the venue where Spurs enjoyed one of the most dramatic nights in their history.

“It was a pretty crazy night that one," recalled the 28-year-old. “If we can do something similar again I will definitely take it.

“I would prefer it go a lot more smoothly for us than that game though!”

Rob Page's side defied the odds to clinch second place in Group A having been favourites with bookmakers to finish behind Italy, Switzerland and Turkey.

And Davies admits there has been an increased expectation on Wales this time around following their stunning run to the semi-finals of Euro 2016.

“After the last tournament there was maybe a bit more pressure on us, pressure we had put on ourselves to try and repeat what we did," he said.

“Getting out of this group, I don't think too many people gave us a chance before.

“It is an incredible achievement for us. Now we go again and the fun starts."

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Carragher's England XI for Czech Republic - with no Kane

Jamie Carragher believes Harry Kane should be rested for England's final Euro 2020 group match against Czech Republic tonight.

The Three Lions have four points to their name and are already mathematically sure of a place in the knockout stages of the tournament.

They will clinch top spot in Group D with victory at Wembley while a draw would see them take runner-up spot.

Despite being already through, Southgate has confirmed Kane will start against the Czechs in the English capital.

"You can assume that, yes, absolutely," said the England boss when asked if the Tottenham striker would retain his place in the starting line-up.

"He is fundamental not only to the goals he scores but the build-up play and everything else he brings."

But when asked to select his England starting XI for the clash with Czech Republic, Carragher left out Kane and included Everton forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

"Gareth Southgate has confirmed Harry Kane will start, but as I wrote after the goalless draw with Scotland I would have given him a rest to prepare for the last 16," Carragher wrote in his Telegraph column.

"If Kane scores, many will say he has ‘proved people wrong’. Football has evolved beyond the point where a striker’s performance is judged solely on whether he scored. It’s the general play for 90 minutes which must be of the highest standard. That is what the top coaches judge.

"The days when converting a penalty or scoring a tap-in is considered 'job done' are long over. Kane doing so against the Czech Republic will be no measure of form for the rest of the tournament unless the overall level improves."

He concluded: "There are five changes in my line-up. It’s about getting players up to speed, bringing freshness in, and - with England already having a foot in the next round - making sure those who came back in for the last sixteen are refreshed."

Carragher's England XI: Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Rice, Henderson; Sterling, Mount, Grealish; Calvert-Lewin.

Wales' touching Ampadu gesture

Neco Williams has revealed the Wales squad were determined to allow Ethan Ampadu to join in with their post-match celebrations in Rome following his sending off against Italy.

The Chelsea man was shown a straight red card for a challenge on Federico Bernardeschi 10 minutes into the second half of Wales' defeat to Roberto Mancini's men.

Nevertheless, Wales progressed into the last 16 and were able to celebrate on the Stadio Olimpico pitch following their narrow loss on Sunday.

And Liverpool ace Williams admits he sympathised with Ampadu having received a red card himself during Wales' 3-0 friendly defeat to France before the Euros.

“The first thing we did after the final whistle was we brought Ethan on the pitch," he explained.

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“He came and clapped the fans and was with us again. I haven't seen the sending off again, I don't know whether it was harsh or not. But we are always going to support Ethan. I know especially how tough it is.

“I got sent off against France for a handball – no comment on that. I do know how tough it is and it is going to be tough for Ethan.

"But we will all get behind him and give him the best support we can.

"We all know 1000% he will come back stronger.”

Ampadu will serve a one-game ban after being dismissed against the Italians, meaning he will be unavailable for Saturday's clash with Denmark.

Ben Davies, Kieffer Moore, Chris Mepham, Joe Allen and Chris Gunter are all one booking away from a one-match suspension.

Yellow cards accrued in the early stages of the tournament are wiped out following the completion of the quarter-finals.