When England lost to Italy in the final of Euro 2020 on penalties there were several iconic images that will remain permanently etched into the narrative of that summer.
But the moment England's Chris Powell put his arm around Bukayo Saka as they watched Italy collect their winners' medals, told another story.
Powell is one of the most visible black coaches in the country and has been part of England's recent tournament success under Gareth Southgate, after he joined the set-up on the Elite Coach Placement Programme.
Immediately after the loss to Italy on penalties, the players who missed their spot-kicks - all young, black men in Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Saka - were sent racist abuse online.
At that moment Powell's experience, leadership and role as part of Gareth Southgate's backroom team took on extra significance.
"I remember just standing there thinking, he's going to need support," Powell, a former England international himself who played more than 500 career games for club and country, tells BBC Sport.
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