BEIJING (CAIXIN GLOBAL) – The opening night of Euro 2020 in Rome was more subdued than many had imagined.
Without gatherings of excited fans and fleets of cars decorated with Italian flags, there were few traces of elation in the soccer-obsessed city when the tournament kicked off June 11 with a match between Italy and Turkey.
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