It was an emotional night for the fans and players of the Spanish National Team at the 90, 000 capacity Wembley Stadium, England and across the globe following their exit in the ongoing Euro 2020 football competition on Tuesday.
While the Spanish national team appeared to have dominated the game in the entire 120 minutes duration of the Titanic football encounter, Federico Chiesa made no mistake in the 60th minute when he saw an opening that put them ahead of the Spanish team.
The joy and celebration could only last for some minutes as Alvaro Morata on the 80th minute put the ball pass Italian Goalkeeper, Gianluigi Donnarumma after a fine after a one-two with his team-mate; Dani Olmo.
Though the Spanish Team made more incursions, but the defence of the Italian were busy stopping and preventing the Spaniards from causing more harm on them.
Although the match between Italy and Spain is the 33rd win for the Azzurri’s national team, football pundits have noted that the Euro 2020 semi-final game officiated by Germany Felix Brych in front of 57811 fans against Spain seems to be their toughest match under Roberto Mancini as both teams played 4-3-3 formations.
The match which caused bad blood on and off the field saw the Spanish National Team losing 4-2 on penalties as Manuel Locatelli, Daniel Olmo and Alvaro Morata missing their penalties for the respective national assembly teams during the penalty shootouts.
With the win, Italy will be playing the final of the Euro 2020 football competition with the winner of Wednesday’s semi-final game between England and Denmark.
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Below is the statistics of the match between Italy and Spain.