Italy hit the ball twice in overtime, defeating Austria 2-1, and against Belgium or Portugal in the quarter-finals.
Substitutions Federico Chiesa and Matteo Pessina played in overtime. Italy defeated Austria 2-1 at Wembley on Saturday to enter the fourth European Cup of 2020. One-finals.
After 90 minutes in London, the two teams drew 0-0. Italy performed well in the first half, but Austria defeated Roberto Mancini’s team in the second half.
Chiesa attacked early in overtime to calm the tension in Italy, and Pesina scored another goal in the quarter-finals against the winner of the Sunday draw between the Belgian and Portuguese holders, despite the lateness. The drama.
After playing all three games in Rome, Italy became the champion of Group A with a 100% record. This is the first time that Italy has participated in the competition.
Mancini made seven changes on the side that beat Welsh, as Marco Villati replaced Manuel Locatelli in the midfield to start, while George Chiellini was again absent with a hamstring injury .
With the strong support of most Italians, the Azzurri once again sang their national anthem and began a warm opening.
Leonardo Spinazzola’s left-back raid was a constant threat. He shot from an acute angle and made it the first time the Italian team saw a goal.
Lorenzo Insigne was picked by Villaty on the left side of the Austrian penalty area, but his curling shot was too close to goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann.
Nicolo Barella’s Spinazzola’s low volley from the cross forced Bachmann to save with both legs.
When Marko Arnautovic forcibly passed Leonardo Bonucci and ran for the goal, Austria had a chance to grab the lead on the counter, but shot wildly from the edge of the penalty area.
Italy was not frightened by this panic and immediately resumed its offensive.
When the Lazio forward boldly attacked the woodwork with a 20-yard attack with Bachmann rooted in the field, Ciro Immobile was only a few inches ahead of them.
Even putting two people on Spinazzola couldn’t contain him. The aggressive defender cut in from the left and tested Bachmann with a low breakthrough.
Despite having all the ball rights, Italy still lacks the opportunity to kill the Austrian.
Earlier in the second half, when Giovanni Di Lorenzo (Giovanni Di Lorenzo) unnecessarily rushed to allow David Alaba to roll up a free kick, Mancini’s players almost Shot in his own foot.
The Austrian team had a fierce competition, and Marcel Sabitzer’s efforts caused Bonucci to make an evil deflection before flashing.
Arnautovic thought he gave Austria a surprising lead when he nodded from Alaba’s header in the 65th minute, but the former West Ham United forward was ruled to be slightly offside after a long VAR review.
Rejected by VAR
After the conflict between Persina and Stefan Reiner, the Austrian team’s penalty appeal was rejected and again rejected by VAR.
Substitute Locatelli breathed a sigh of relief, and Domenico Berardi gave a bicycle kick when Italy’s frustration increased.
The game entered overtime, but it didn’t take long for Italy to succeed.
The impressive Spinazzola found Chiesa, who controlled the ball and smashed the ball from close range within five minutes of half an hour in overtime.
After 10 minutes, the Italian team effectively ended the draw, and Persina passed the ball to Persina, who rushed to the corner flag and fell on the turf.
However, when Austria’s Sasa Kalajdzic bent down and headed the ball into the near post from a corner with a little more than five minutes before the game, there was still time for a later stage play. , But their crazy final efforts were in vain.