Tuesday , January 26 2021

Italy won Finland in the Euro 2020 qualifiers



Italy started the European Cup qualifying campaign in Finland, winning 2-0 on Saturday in Odense.

Nicolo Barilla scored Azores in the 7th minute and scored a powerful ball from the area, finishing on a Finnish defender and winning international scoring goals.

Juventus's Moiz Keane striker added a second goal after receiving the Chiro Imobili ball (in the minute 74), he scored the first international goal.

Italian coach Roberto Mancini is building a team capable of competing in the main competitions after 60 years of the World Championship.

The 10 teams that make up Armenia, Bosnia and Liechtenstein will be in the hands of Italy and will be the candidate for the finals of the continent, after winning the title in 1968 and twice in 2000 and 2012.

Fabio Quagliarella striker, the leading scorer of Sampdoria, scored 28 games in the last quarter in 28 games and almost doubled the speed of his team, but his boss saved Finland's keeper.

Italy has not lost nearly 13 years in European rankings, winning 25 games and six matches.

It will be in Italy's Liechtenstein on Tuesday in Parma.


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