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Italy vs Spain prediction: How will Euro 2020 semi-final play out … Tue, 06 Jul 2021 09:00:00 +0100-European Championships match Italy vs Spain 06.07.2021. Preview and stats followed by live commentary, video highlights and match report.

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Italy vs Spain. European Championships Semi-Final.

8:00pm, Tuesday 6th July 2021.

Wembley StadiumAttendance57,811.

Italy win 4-2 on penalties.


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Italy vs Spain LIVE! Tue, 06 Jul 2021 09:00:00 +0100-Winners will take on England or Denmark in Sunday's final at Wembley Stadium.

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Italy vs Spain LIVE: Euro 2020 penalty shootout result and reaction

July 06, 2021

Michael Jones

Tuesday 06 July 2021 23:15

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Euro 2020: Daily briefing

Follow live coverage as Italy face Spain in the first semi-final at Euro 2020, with the two nations meeting at Wembley.

The Azzurri have perhaps been the most impressive side at the tournament so far this summer, barely setting a foot wrong as they topped their group in style following the opening night win over Turkey. After Switzerland and Wales were also beaten, they knocked out Austria in the last 16 after extra time – arguably the only less-than-stellar showing of their games so far – and beat Belgium in impressive fashion in the quarters.

Spain have had a far more up-and-down ride to the last four, drawing their first two group games against Sweden and Poland before a five-goal thrashing of Slovakia sent them through in second place. Then followed one of the most memorable matches of this edition of the European Championship, as a crazy 90 minutes against Croatia ended 3-3, with Spain scoring twice more in extra time. A penalty shoot-out against Switzerland brought them through to the semis against Italy.

Leonardo Spinazzola will be a big miss for Roberto Mancini’s side after suffering injury last time out, but otherwise both nations are likely to have full squads to choose from, though there are questions over Pablo Sarabia’s fitness. Follow the Euro 2020 semi-final between Italy and Spain here:

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After offering a vision of the future, and a game for the ages, Italy reach the final of Euro 2020 in the most vintage manner, writes Miguel Delaney.

They hung on, dug in, and eventually got through on penalties. This remarkable victory over a resilient Spain was the first game they didn’t really deserve to win, but that will perhaps only foster belief that they will win this European Championship.

That’s the other side of these victories. There is a real value in the sheer valour shown, the defiance, the spirit of battle. It’s just that, while they more than deserve to be in this final for their whole campaign up to this, Spain deserved it on the night.

Italy 1-1 (4-2 on penalties) Spain: The Chelsea midfielder converted after Gianluigi Donnarumma denied Alvaro Morata

Jack Rathborn6 July 2021 23:13
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Ahead of Spain’s Euro 2020 semi-final with Italy, you may have thought that this was a contest taking place entirely between the two penalty boxes.

This was a meeting between two of European football’s powerhouses, but it was billed as a battle of midfields. The lines had been drawn, and Italy against Spain felt as much of a contest between Sergio Busquets and Nicola Barella, Koke and Marco Verratti, Pedri and Jorginho than a match of two nations.

But, on a tense and thrilling night at Wembley, there was a surprise addition which tipped the balance of the duel: the introduction of Dani Olmo as a false nine.

In the battle for midfield dominance in this Euro 2020 semi-final, Luis Enrique’s deployment of Dani Olmo as a false nine gave Spain the edge despite Italy’s victory

Michael Jones6 July 2021 23:09
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Italy are through to their fourth Euros final, with only Germany (six) competing in more. The Azzurri’s only success in this tournament came way back in 1968 – in a 2-0 replay victory against Yugoslavia in Rome.

Is it finally their time again?

Michael Jones6 July 2021 23:07
1625609052

Federico Chiesa was given the star of the match award for his glorious opening goal but his night ended in extra-time when he was subbed of for Federico Bernardeschi who scored in the deciding penalty shootout.

After the game Chiesa said:

Michael Jones6 July 2021 23:04
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After offering a vision of the future, and a game for the ages, Italy reach the final of Euro 2020 in the most vintage manner.

They hung on, dug in, and eventually got through on penalties. This remarkable victory over a resilient Spain was the first game they didn’t really deserve to win, but that will perhaps only foster belief that they will win this European Championship.

Italy 1-1 (4-2 on penalties) Spain: The Chelsea midfielder converted after Gianluigi Donnarumma denied Alvaro Morata

Michael Jones6 July 2021 23:01
1625608763

When it arrived, wrapped in complete chef’s kiss glory with the noise generated threatening to raise the roof off Wembley, a match of the highest quality felt more whole:

One of the most memorable encounters of the summer gives fans the twists and emotion they craved

Michael Jones6 July 2021 22:59
1625608652

A good summary of the night.

Michael Jones6 July 2021 22:57
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What a game though. What a game.

Tempo, tension, drama, penalties. You can’t ask for more in a major tournament semi-final.

Spain put in their best performance of the tournament over the course of the 120 minutes but it wasn’t enough. Italy look like the real deal. Whoever reaches the final, England or Denmark, will have their work cut out to stop this team.

Michael Jones6 July 2021 22:55
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You’ve got to feel for Alvaro Morata. He came on as a second half substitute, scored the equaliser for Spain, but then had his penalty saved in the shootout to leave Jorginho the opportunity to in it.

Michael Jones6 July 2021 22:52
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Jorginho was the hero on the night. Italy are through, they’ll head back to Wembley on Sunday and face either England or Denmark.

Michael Jones6 July 2021 22:48
Michael Jones

Tuesday 06 July 2021 23:15

comments

Euro 2020: Daily briefing

Follow live coverage as Italy face Spain in the first semi-final at Euro 2020, with the two nations meeting at Wembley.

The Azzurri have perhaps been the most impressive side at the tournament so far this summer, barely setting a foot wrong as they topped their group in style following the opening night win over Turkey. After Switzerland and Wales were also beaten, they knocked out Austria in the last 16 after extra time – arguably the only less-than-stellar showing of their games so far – and beat Belgium in impressive fashion in the quarters.

Spain have had a far more up-and-down ride to the last four, drawing their first two group games against Sweden and Poland before a five-goal thrashing of Slovakia sent them through in second place. Then followed one of the most memorable matches of this edition of the European Championship, as a crazy 90 minutes against Croatia ended 3-3, with Spain scoring twice more in extra time. A penalty shoot-out against Switzerland brought them through to the semis against Italy.

Leonardo Spinazzola will be a big miss for Roberto Mancini’s side after suffering injury last time out, but otherwise both nations are likely to have full squads to choose from, though there are questions over Pablo Sarabia’s fitness. Follow the Euro 2020 semi-final between Italy and Spain here:

1625609614

After offering a vision of the future, and a game for the ages, Italy reach the final of Euro 2020 in the most vintage manner, writes Miguel Delaney.

They hung on, dug in, and eventually got through on penalties. This remarkable victory over a resilient Spain was the first game they didn’t really deserve to win, but that will perhaps only foster belief that they will win this European Championship.

That’s the other side of these victories. There is a real value in the sheer valour shown, the defiance, the spirit of battle. It’s just that, while they more than deserve to be in this final for their whole campaign up to this, Spain deserved it on the night.

Italy 1-1 (4-2 on penalties) Spain: The Chelsea midfielder converted after Gianluigi Donnarumma denied Alvaro Morata

Jack Rathborn6 July 2021 23:13
1625609376

Ahead of Spain’s Euro 2020 semi-final with Italy, you may have thought that this was a contest taking place entirely between the two penalty boxes.

This was a meeting between two of European football’s powerhouses, but it was billed as a battle of midfields. The lines had been drawn, and Italy against Spain felt as much of a contest between Sergio Busquets and Nicola Barella, Koke and Marco Verratti, Pedri and Jorginho than a match of two nations.

But, on a tense and thrilling night at Wembley, there was a surprise addition which tipped the balance of the duel: the introduction of Dani Olmo as a false nine.

In the battle for midfield dominance in this Euro 2020 semi-final, Luis Enrique’s deployment of Dani Olmo as a false nine gave Spain the edge despite Italy’s victory

Michael Jones6 July 2021 23:09
1625609256

Italy are through to their fourth Euros final, with only Germany (six) competing in more. The Azzurri’s only success in this tournament came way back in 1968 – in a 2-0 replay victory against Yugoslavia in Rome.

Is it finally their time again?

Michael Jones6 July 2021 23:07
1625609052

Federico Chiesa was given the star of the match award for his glorious opening goal but his night ended in extra-time when he was subbed of for Federico Bernardeschi who scored in the deciding penalty shootout.

After the game Chiesa said:

Michael Jones6 July 2021 23:04
1625608905

After offering a vision of the future, and a game for the ages, Italy reach the final of Euro 2020 in the most vintage manner.

They hung on, dug in, and eventually got through on penalties. This remarkable victory over a resilient Spain was the first game they didn’t really deserve to win, but that will perhaps only foster belief that they will win this European Championship.

Italy 1-1 (4-2 on penalties) Spain: The Chelsea midfielder converted after Gianluigi Donnarumma denied Alvaro Morata

Michael Jones6 July 2021 23:01
1625608763

When it arrived, wrapped in complete chef’s kiss glory with the noise generated threatening to raise the roof off Wembley, a match of the highest quality felt more whole:

One of the most memorable encounters of the summer gives fans the twists and emotion they craved

Michael Jones6 July 2021 22:59
1625608652

A good summary of the night.

Michael Jones6 July 2021 22:57
1625608559

What a game though. What a game.

Tempo, tension, drama, penalties. You can’t ask for more in a major tournament semi-final.

Spain put in their best performance of the tournament over the course of the 120 minutes but it wasn’t enough. Italy look like the real deal. Whoever reaches the final, England or Denmark, will have their work cut out to stop this team.

Michael Jones6 July 2021 22:55
1625608374

You’ve got to feel for Alvaro Morata. He came on as a second half substitute, scored the equaliser for Spain, but then had his penalty saved in the shootout to leave Jorginho the opportunity to in it.

Michael Jones6 July 2021 22:52
1625608119

Jorginho was the hero on the night. Italy are through, they’ll head back to Wembley on Sunday and face either England or Denmark.

Michael Jones6 July 2021 22:48


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