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Italy defeated England on Sunday evening to win Euro 2020 and Bonucci was a star performer.
He scored the equaliser in the second half while also putting in an accomplished performance in defence next to Giorgio Chiellini.
Post-match, he continued to be a thorn in England's side by saying 'It's coming Rome' rather than 'It's coming home.'
But a new image has emerged which shows Bonucci posing for a picture - with Three Lions man Maguire perfectly caught in the frame.
What a selfie :joy:- PF ' Transfer News (@PurelyFootball) July 15, 2021
That has to have been done on purpose, surely?
Maguire is stood in the background with his arms folded, knowing how close he was to international glory.
Fans have reacted to the picture and they can't help but admire Bonucci mastering the dark arts.
:joy::joy::joy: they did maguire dirty- ANCIENT FUTURE:tm::flag_ke: (@arnoldine17) July 15, 2021
When your friends have passed at school and you failed terribly- AwesomeWarrior:flag_zm::crown::crown::sunglasses::muscle::beers: (@RexRandoll) July 16, 2021
Maguire photo bombing Bonucci :weary::sob:- Mr Red Devil (@MrRedDevil3) July 16, 2021
The Juventus man also shouted "More pasta! We need to eat more pasta!" at full-time to fully rub it in.
Bonucci admitted that beating England in the final and lifting the Euro 2020 title was the "icing on the cake that makes us legends."
The 34-year-old told Rai Sport: "A historic goal is a dream come true and the credit goes to the coach, the whole squad.
"When we got together in Sardinia, there was something different compared to the past.
"We slowly gained confidence, certainty, unity. This was the icing on the cake that makes us legends."
He also took great pride in beating England on their own turf, with the final being played at Wembley.
The Italian national anthem was booed by over 70,000 fans and Bonucci admitted that gave him more motivation.
"A final should be played with half a stadium for each team, but winning like this has been even more beautiful," he continued.
"The English thought they'd won, they boo the anthem and these things to me and to the other old man Chiellini, this gave us even more motivation.
"It's a personal satisfaction for Giorgio and I, who sometimes don't get the praise we deserve."
Featured Image Credit: PA Images