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The semi-final of the continental battle was relegated in San Siro, as is well known, the Italians beat the Spaniards with penalties in Wembley and then won the English in the final as well.

The director has been in good shape waiting for the clash since He has been unbeaten since 37 matches, which is a tumultuous world record.

He was chosen as the best in the continental battle Gianluigi Donnarumma as the 22-year-old goalkeeper played in 251 stakes matches at AC Milan before qualifying for the PSG in the summer, virtually every movement was whistled by the Milan public.

The initial Italian superiority turned to Spanish pressure by the end of the first quarter of an hour, and in the 17th minute the lead also came together, with Mikel Oyarzabal on the left. Ferran Torres shot in the lower left (0–1).

Donnarumma could have put his team up another goal after 70 minutes, but some great goalkeeping by Leonardo Bonucci kept the visitors in the game.

After half an hour of play, the home team revived again, Federico Bernardeschi pulled the ball back to the bottom left, Unai Simón pushed the toy onto the goal post, and moments later Lorenzo Insigne fired in a door-window position next to the goal.

With that, the Italian national team fired gunpowder, Bonucci elbow with a second yellow card, so with an exhibition were penalized in addition to the inning Ferran Torres and switched another Oyarzabal goal, this time with the head (0–2).

The Manchester City winger scored his 11th and then 12th goal in his 21st national team game – he could say he was doing great in the crested jersey.

At the start of the second half, the 21-year-old striker was replaced by 18-year-old Yéremi Pino, who gave the flat a trickle twice, almost scoring first with Oyarzabal and then Marcos Alonso, but the former headed slightly to the goal and Donnarumma defended his latter. .

The Italians then beautified from scratch in the 83rd minute, after a Spanish corner Federico Chiesa and Lorenzo Pilgrims he stepped out, and from the selfless pass of the former the latter passed into the empty gate (1–2).

The tie, however, no longer came together, so the Spaniards made it to the finals and the Italians were defeated again after 37 matches.

League of Nations



Italy-Spain 1-2 (Pellegrini 83., ill. Ferran Torres 17., 45 + 2.)

Issued: Bonucci (Italy, 42)


20.45: Belgium-France, Turin (Tv: Sport1)


Sunday 15.00: Italy–Belgium / France, Turin (Tv: Sport1)


Sunday 8:45 PM: Spain–Belgium / France, Milan (Tv: Sport1)

(Cover image: Isabella Bonotto / Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)



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