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Italy vs. Switzerland, for the European Championship: summary, goals, controversies and more.

by archysport

La Azzurra dominated Los Navajos from start to finish and with two goals from Locatelli and one from Immobile they qualified for the second round of the tournament.

Italy crushed Switzerland 3-0 in the match that was played this Wednesday, from 4:00 p.m., on date 2 of Group A of Euro 2021. With absolute dominance, La Azzurra beat Los Navajos with two goals from Locatelli and one from Immobile. With this result, he qualified directly for the round of 16 of the contest.

43 ‘ST: Italy scores a goal!

Immobile appeared to score 3-0 and sentence the classification to the round of 16 of the European Championship.

ITALY SUIZA GOL PROPERTY 3-0

ITALY SUIZA GOL PROPERTY 3-0

43 ‘ST: Double change in Italy again

Bryan Cristante and Matteo Pessina entered for Nicoló Barella and Manuel Locatelli.

40 ‘ST: Change in Switzerland

Djibril Sow came in and midfielder Remo Freuler came out.

33 ‘ST: Yellow in Switzerland

Embolo was booked after a very strong foul on Nicoló Barella’s ankle. The Italian remained lying on the playing field.

30 ‘ST: Fourth change in Switzerland

Rubén Vargas enters the court for Xherdan Shaqiri.

25 ‘ST: Italy makes two changes

Rafael Toloi and Federico Chiesa enter by Domenico Berardi and Lorenzo Insigne respectively.

20 ‘ST: Switzerland seeks but cannot find

A shot over the crossbar from Shaqiri and a good finish from Zuber create danger in Italy but everything remains the same on the scoreboard.

12 ‘ST: Double change in Switzerland

Enter Steven Zuber and Silvan Widmer in place of Fabian Schar and Kevin Mbabu. The Swiss go on the attack.

6 ‘ST: Italy scores a goal!

Locatelli’s clinical left-foot strike against the left post to make La Azzura 2-0. Sommer had no reaction.

ITALY SWITZERLAND GOAL LOCATELLI 2-0

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ITALY SWITZERLAND GOAL LOCATELLI 2-0

5 ‘ST: First caution of the match in Switzerland!

The recently entered Gavranovic won the first yellow of the night after a foul on Bonucci.

Change in Switzerland

To play the second half, Mario Gravanovic entered instead of Haris Seferovic.

The second half started!

Sergei Karasev started the complement of the match that Italy wins 1-0 over Switzerland.

45 ‘PT: End of the first half!

With absolute dominance, Italy beat Switzerland 1-0 with a goal from Locatelli and went into the break with partial qualification to the next round.

40 ‘PT: Switzerland has a hard time on defense

The entire defensive sector of the Navajos suffer the intensity of the forwards of Italy, especially the right sector, of Mbabu.

35 ‘PT: Spinnazzola had it!

The Italian side was able to convert the second but was bitten and went close to Sommer’s left post.

ITALY SWITZERLAND SPINALZZOLA

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ITALY SWITZERLAND SPINALZZOLA

30 ‘PT: Switzerland cannot deepen

The cast of Petković cannot face such Italian pressure and does not go beyond the half court.

25 & # 39; PT: Great goal for Italy!

After a magnificent overflow from Berardi and a center back, Locatelli only had to push her. 1-0 for La Azzurra.

ITALY SWITZERLAND GOAL LOCATELLI 1-0

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ITALY SWITZERLAND GOAL LOCATELLI 1-0

23 ‘PT: Acerbi enters for Chiellini

The Juventus defender withdrew due to physical discomfort and the Sassuolo player entered in his place.

20 ‘PT: Goal annulled to Italy!

Chiellini converted after a center from the left but VAR quickly canceled the play because the Italian’s hand also intervened in the goal.

ITALY SWITZERLAND VAR CANCELS GOAL FROM CHIELLINI

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ITALY SWITZERLAND VAR CANCELS GOAL FROM CHIELLINI

15 ‘PT: Italy dominates a Switzerland that costs them

The Swiss cannot get out of the suffocation proposed by the Italians in the midfield and the offensive zone.

10 ‘PT: Immobile had it!

The Italian striker headed in after a great cross from Spinazzolla but the ball went over the crossbar.

ITALY SUIZA REAL ESTATE

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ITALY SUIZA REAL ESTATE

5 ‘PT: Avisa Italia

Di Lorenzo jabbed it for Berardi, who nodded in the direction of Immobile, who finally failed to connect. Sommer kept the ball.

The game started in Rome!

Italy and Switzerland already play for the second date of Group A in the tournament corresponding to the Eurocup.

Tremendous presentation in Italy-Switzerland!

In the preview of the match between the two teams, the center of the field was filled with two gigantic shirts, accompanied in the middle by the insignia of Roma and the Olympic Stadium.

Presentation Italy Switzerland

Pre-competitive moves in Italy Switzerland!

Italians and Swiss already warm up at the Olympic in Rome to face a key duel for Euro 2021.

Inmmobile

Tension in the Italy Switzerland before a bomb!

According to CorSport, the Italian police have defused a bomb near the Olympic in Rome within hours of the duel for the European Championship. It happened at 6:00 p.m. on this Wednesday, three hours before the match started. The artifact was in a car near Plaza Mancini, located just 900 meters from the gates of the stadium.

Bomba Italy Switzerland

The formation of Switzerland to face Italy, for Euro 2021

Yann summer; Nico Elvedi, Fabian Schär, Manuel Akanji; Kevin Mbabu, Remo Freuler, Granite Jaca, Ricardo Rodriguez; Xherdan Shaqiri; Breel Piston, Haris Seferović. DT: Vladimir Petkovic.

Swiss training

The formation of Italy to face Switzerland, for Euro 2021

Gianluigi Donnarumma; Giovanni Di Lorenzo, Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Spinazzola; Nicolò Stretcher, Jorginho, Manuel Locatelli; Domenico Berardi, Ciro Immobile, Lorenzo Badge. DT: Roberto Mancini.

Training Italy

The data of Italy-Switzerland, for Euro 2021

  • Time: 16.00.
  • TV: DirecTV Sports and TNT Sports.
  • Online: DirecTV GO and Flow -with the Soccer Pack-.
  • Stadium: Olympic of Rome.
  • Referee: Sergei Karasev (Russia).

The history between Italy and Switzerland

They met in 57 games.

  • Italy won 28 times.
  • They tied 22 times.
  • Swiss won 7 times.
  • Last match: Switzerland 1-1 Italy, on June 5, 2010 in an international friendly.

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