Top! Italy Carves Longest Unbeaten Record


Italy it was only a 0-0 draw against Switzerland in 2022 World Cup Qualification. However, the result was enough to make Italy carve a special record.

The European champions traveled to Switzerland in St. Jakob Park, Basel on Monday (6/9/2021) in the morning WIB. Italy wasted a number of golden opportunities obtained from Domenico Berardi, Ciro Immobile, and a penalty that Jorginho failed to convert.

One additional point obtained did not shake Italy’s position at the top of Group C. Italy posted 11 points from five matches, four points away from Swiss under him who are still playing three games.

Nevertheless, the draw marks that Italy are unbeaten in 36 consecutive matches. Italy broke the previous longest unbeaten streak (35 games), which was held by Brazil between 1993-1996 and Spain between 2007-2009.

Meanwhile, Italy last suffered defeat in three years ago. At that time Gli Azzurri surrendered 0-1 at the hands of Portugal in the UEFA Nations League match.

“Obviously there are some regrets because we had so many chances and didn’t finish them,” said Italian right-back Giovanni Di Lorenzo. RAI Sport after the match.

“At the moment it feels like the ball doesn’t want to go into the net, but we can build from here for Wednesday’s game. Today maybe we lacked determination or lacked precision, but we would be more worried if we didn’t create chances at all.”

Italy has the potential to sharpen his record when hosting a weak team Lithuania at the Mapei Stadium in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers, Thursday (9/9/2021) early morning WIB.

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