UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against England after a laser pointer was shone in the face of Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel in Wednesday night's Euro 2020 semi-final.

Two other charges have been levelled after incidents during England’s 2-1 victory at Wembley.

Along with investigating the laser pointer – shone at Schmeichel before he saved Harry Kane’s extra-time penalty only for Kane to score the rebound – UEFA is also looking into the booing of the Denmark national anthem and the lighting of fireworks inside the stadium.

The case will be dealt with by the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body.

England came from behind after Mikkel Damsgaard's free-kick gave Denmark the lead.

Simon Kjaer’s own goal levelled for Gareth Southgate’s side and Kane booked England’s first major tournament final for 55 years when he followed up his missed penalty after Raheem Sterling was controversially adjudged to have been tripped by Joakim Maehle.

England now play Italy at Wembley on Sunday aiming to win their first major trophy since lifting the World Cup in 1966.