Italy vs Spain UEFA Euro Live Football Score 6 Jul 2021
NAME: Italy – Spain
DATE: 6 Jul 2021
TIME: 19:00 UTC
VENUE: Wembley Stadium, London, England
Italy is going head to head with Spain starting on 6 Jul 2021 at 19:00 UTC at Wembley Stadium stadium, London city, England. The match is a part of the European Championship, Knockout stage.
Italy played against Spain in 1 matches this season.
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Mancini helps Italy find their way again
Mancini has turned Italy round since taking over in May 2018. The Azzurri had failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in 60 years, with one newspaper comparing it to the Apocalypse.
Italy have won 28 of his 37 games in charge – a 75% win rate – and are now unbeaten in 32 games, a run going back to a 1-0 Nations League defeat by Portugal in September 2018.
They have now won 13 games in a row too.
Unsurprisingly, a lot of the recent Azzurri success has been built on a solid defence.
Italy had kept 11 consecutive clean sheets until a goal each from Austria and Belgium in the last two games.
They were able to attack more in the group stages but needed to do plenty of defending in the knockout games.
“We were seeing a different side of Italy,” said Sutton. “Bodies behind the ball and defending deeply. It was a different Italian side to what we have seen earlier in the tournament, it was back to the old guard – they were so impressive.”
Legendary Juventus centre-backs Giorgio Chiellini and Bonucci – with a combined age of 70 – have performed well in front of 22-year-old goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and alongside a mix of full-backs.
Can Spain take inspiration from Portugal in 2016?
Spain’s one win in five games in 90 minutes may seem poor for a big nation – but it is one more than Portugal had at this stage five years ago on their way to winning the tournament.
This is now the round that Portugal finally managed a win in 90 minutes, 2-0 against Wales.
And Spain, like Portugal five years ago, came through a last-16 tie by beating Croatia in extra time.
One more possible bit of inspiration for Spain – Portugal beat Euro 2016 hosts France in extra time in the final.
Spain’s possible opponents in the final could be the hosts of the latter stages, England, at Wembley.