06/20/2021 9:07 AM
Updated 06/20/2021 9:07 AM
The Italian team, who won in his first two presentations and already has his ticket to the round of 16 of the European Championship, will try to beat Wales this Sunday to complete his participation in Group A with one hundred percent efficiency.
The match will be played at the Olympic Stadium in Rome, where Argentina lost the 1990 World Cup final to Germany, starting at 1 pm, with the arbitration of Romanian Ovidiu Haegan and televised by DirecTV and TNT Sports.
At the same time, they will also play for Group A Switzerland and Turkey at the Baku Olympic Stadium, in Azerbaijan, with Slavko Vincic from Slovenia as referee.
The leader is Italy with six units, Wales follows with four, Switzerland with one and Turkey closes with zero.
Italy, winner of Turkey and Switzerland both 3-0, is the best that has been observed so far in this Euro that is played in several European venues, with Roberto Mancini as coach and a vertical game, with many men positioned on the opponent's field. and constant search for the goal.
He has two full-backs with a lot of experience like Leonardo Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini (if he doesn't play because of an injury, Francesco Acerbi would enter), a half game with Jorginho and Manuel Locatelli;
and on offense three forwards to fear: Domenico Berardi, Ciro Immobile and Lorenzo Insigne.
Wales, who drew 1-1 against Switzerland and defeated Turkey 2-0, are one step away from qualifying as second and would otherwise be third. The British team has Gareth Bale, from Tottenham and former Real Madrid, as its most outstanding value.