London, England) – Italy beat Spain on penalties (1-1 after 120) and are in the final of Euro 2020. The Roberto Mancini national team’s journey into the continental event continues. The Azzurri will face in the final season one between England and Denmark, and tomorrow they meet at Wembley at 21 in the other semi-final.
Euro 2020, the journey of Italy
An extraordinary trip from Italy led by Roberto Mancini at Euro 2020. Indeed, our national team played the championship role in the group stage by defeating Turkey (3-0 in the first appearance on June 11), Switzerland (3-0) and Wales. (1-0, signed by Pesina). Then the Azzurri beat Austria 2-1 after extra time in the round of 16, and substitutes Chiesa and Pesina settled the match with their goals. The same result against Belgium in the quarter-finals, with Barilla and Insigne’s shot from 11 meters by a useless Romelu Lukaku in the last second of the first part of the match. Finally, winning the penalty shootout lottery against Spain (1-1 in 90 minutes signed by Chisa-Morata) sent the Red Furies home and Italy to heaven.
Euro 2020 final date and time
The Azzurri, led by Roberto Mancini, consequently won passage to the Euro 2020 final, scheduled for Sunday 11 July at 9pm at Wembley Stadium in London, England.
Euro 2020 final: How to watch it on TV and live
European final It will be visible live on Rai 1 and Sky Sport. It will also be available live on Sky Go, Rai Play and Now platforms.