October 17, 2021

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Live: Italy in dirty papers, two goals in chalk and one less man |  UEFA Nations League 2020/2021

Live: Italy in dirty papers, two goals in chalk and one less man | UEFA Nations League 2020/2021

  1. 45 + 2′ – Doelpunt – Ferrán Torres (0-2)
  2. 45′ – Jill – Cesar Azpilicueta
  3. 42′ – Generation 2 – Leonardo Bonucci
  4. 29′ – Jill – Leonardo Bonucci
  5. 17′ – Doelpunt – Ferran Torres (0-1)
  1. 75′ – Verve. Pablo Pablo Sarabia Brian Gill
  2. 75′ – Follow Cookie Mikel Merino
  3. 72′ – Verve. The door of Nicolo Barilla David Calabria
  4. 71′ – Yellow – Yéremi Pino
  5. 65′ – Jill – Pablo Sarabia
  6. 64′ – Verve. The door of Giorginio Lorenzo Pellegrini
  7. 58′ – Verve. Marco Verratti’s door by Manuel Locatelli
  8. 58′ – Follow Lorenzo’s badge by Moise Kean
  9. 49′ – Verve. Yéremi Pino . Ferran Torres door

Italy and Spain open the debates in the Final Four Nations League in Milan tonight. Just as in the last European Championship semi-final, will Italy finish for the longest period or will Spain take revenge? Watch the game closely here tonight from 8.45pm.

  1. Second half, minute 75. Luis Enrique is already thinking about Sunday evening and takes two of his players aside with Sarabia and Koke. Jill and Merino take their place. .
  2. Second half, minute 75. Substitution in Spain, Brian Gill inside, Pablo Sarabia exit
  3. Second half, minute 75. Substitution in Spain, Mikel Merino inside, and Coquet
  4. Second half, 72 minutes. Substitution for Italy, Davide Calabria inside, and Nicolo Parilla outside
  5. Yellow card for the Spaniard Jeremy Pino during the second half, minute 71
  6. The second half, the 71st minute. Yellow Benno. The dolls begin to dance for a while. Pino quarrels with Locatelli and he has to get a yellow card. Meanwhile, Calabria has also been left out of the Barilla team in Italy. .
  7. The second half, the 70th minute. Substitutions do not contribute much to Italy at the moment. Spain is master and master and can gradually prepare for the final match on Sunday evening. .
  8. The second half, the 65th minute. Pellegrini also fell into the team in Italy. For Jorginho, it’s game over. .
  9. Yellow card for Pablo Sarabia during the second half, 65th minute
  10. The second half, the 64th minute. Substitutions for Italy, Lorenzo Pellegrini, and Jorginho
  11. The second half, the 64th minute. Oyarzabal is close to 0-3! Benno did not miss his entry. Once again he unloads the baggage with a gentle movement and from the back line draws the ball over Oyarzabal’s head. He deserves a goal, but his heads are off. .
  12. Chiesa hits the post… and an intruder. Then another shot of Italy. Chiesa can continue quickly on the right, but eventually hits the post. In addition, it was marked as intrusion. . The second half, the 61st minute.
  13. Second half, 58th minute. Substitution in Italy, Manuel Locatelli inside, Marco Verratti outside
  14. Second half, minute 58. Substitution in Italy, Moise Kean inside, Lorenzo Insigne exit
  15. Second half, 57th minute. Double substitution. Roberto Mancini is doing his best with a double substitution. Verratti and Insigne are pulled aside for Kean and Locatelli. .
  16. The second half, the 56th minute. Italy needs a miracle. Spain seems certain of its place in the final. The visitors quietly tap the ball, and the Italians stand there and watch. A small miracle is needed at the San Siro to prevent the European champions from being eliminated. .
  17. Second half, 49th minute. Ferran Torres exit. We were barely 3 minutes into the second half and Luis Enrique had to make a substitution. Goal scorer Ferran Torres could no longer continue and was replaced by Pino. .
  18. The second half, the 49th minute. Substitution in Spain, entered by Yeremi Pino, directed by Ferran Torres
  19. The second half, the 46th minute. The second half. Roberto Mancini intervenes at the beginning of the second half and puts Chiellini between the lines. Bernardeschi is the victim with the Italians. .
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