A popular Spanish football programme has accused UEFA of setting up Euro 2020 so that England reaching the final - and even claimed the Three Lions' winning semi-final penalty was an example of this.
Gareth Southgate's side will contest Italy in Sunday's European showdown at Wembley after defeating Denmark after extra-time on Tuesday night, with the Azzurri knocking out Spain the day before in the north west London arena.
England have played all but one of their matches at Wembley this season and El Chringuito, famed for their infamous post-match rants, claim the decision to award Raheem Sterling a controversial penalty in extra-time in the last-four clash is a clear sense of favouritism.
A Spanish TV show has slammed UEFA for conditioning Euro 2020 for England to win the finalInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The Three Lions will contest Sunday's Euro 2020 showpiece against Italy at Wembley
Journalist Roberto Morales, who is a guest on the show, also suggested that the tournament should not have been held in England due to the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union.
El Chringuito host Josep Pedrerol, who went viral after slamming Eden Hazard for laughing after Real Madrid's Champions League loss to Chelsea earlier this year, asked Morales: 'You think UEFA organised this for an England final?'
The journalist responded: 'For me, this has been the most shameful competition that we have covered. It has been pathetic.
'We've had matches in cities that aren't even European in any sense. We've got a final that was prepared for a country that left the European Union.
Journalist Roberto Morales (right) claimed on El Chringuito that England shouldn't have hosted the tournament after leaving the EU
'It has been totally prepared. They've played every game at home except one. It has been totally conditioned for England.
'All that was missing was the help received (on Tuesday) with the penalty in a game that was proving complicated.'Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
England winger Sterling went down under several Denmark challenge, including a final one from Brentford midfielder Mathias Jensen, and Dutch referee Danny Makkelie pointed to the spot.
Three Lions captain Harry Kane saw his spot kick saved by Kasper Schmeichel but the rebound fell into the path of the England striker who scored to put England 2-1 up.
Southgate's side arguably faced their biggest challenge of the tournament so far against the Danes, who took the lead at