Italy avoided national humiliation by snatching qualifying for the Euro 2020 quarterfinals from the fighting Austrian selection. Saturday’s 2-1 overtime win at Wembley Stadium in London will impress fans, but certainly not reassure them.
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Looking at their results in the group stage and their unbeaten streak, the Italians loved the game so much that it has now expanded to 31 games. However, almost everything fell apart.
The Austrians started scoring after an hour on a header from Marco Arnatovic. The start of the video re umption, however, showed that the great striker was in an offside position before leaving his strike.
Squadra Azjura were able to breathe again, but they failed to score in the remaining half hour. In overtime, Italy opened the machine.
Daniel Bachmann received the ball sent by Federico Chisa Leonardo Spinozola, posted on the left side of the net. Two points later, Juventus beat Turin winger goalkeeper Wally, much to the relief of his teammates.
Following this goal at 95E The minute of the game, extra time was added by Matteo Pessina just before the end of the first half.
The Austrians gave everything and Sasa Cologic was the first person to find a breach in the Italian castle during this euro. With six minutes to go, time was against them and they had to accept defeat.
It was only the second time in tournament history that he had scored three goals in overtime. France and Portugal did so in 1984.
As the Roberto Mancini men face the Belgium-Portugal doubles winner, there is still a big challenge ahead for Italy in the next round.
In another match submitted to the Euros on Saturday, Denmark won 4-0 at the Johan Cruise Arena and did not give Wales a chance.
He definitely scored a lot of goals in Amsterdam. Playing the first three games of the tournament at home, the Netherlands topped with eight wins, and now the Danes are also descending into it.
With the tragic incident involving their captain Christian Eriksen, the men of Caspar Hullmond severely beat the Welsh to get out of their way.
Caspar Dahlberg, who made his Euro debut for the first time due to injury to Yusuf Poulsen, scored in the 27th.E And at 48E Minute of the game.
As the match result was almost settled, Joachim Mahley found the back of the net in the 88thE Minute. With the disappointment of appearing, Welsh winger Harry Wilson received a red card for a tackle on the legs of a Danish defender. Also the second red received by the Dragons in this tournament.
In the power play, Danes Martin confirmed their arbitrary victory with a goal from Bright White.
In the quarterfinals, they will be waiting in Baku, Azerbaijan for the winners of the clash between the Netherlands and the Czech Republic.