Italy thrashed Czech Republic 4-0 in their friendly game with goals coming from Ciro Immobile alongside Barella and Insigne, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half of the encounter was all about the Azuri’s who dominated the entire play and scored twice within 45 minutes of play.
The Czech Republic had things under control in the early stages despite them being pressured by their opponent who saw more of the ball going forward.
Italy was able to get their first goal in the 23rd minute through Ciro Immobile who made no mistake in making the scoreline 1-0 from an outstanding finish.
Nicolo Barella made it 2-0 in the 42nd minute of the encounter after the midfielder finished off neatly to ensure his country increase their lead.
The first half of the encounter ended with Italy 2-0 Czech Republic as they both headed for the break with an advantage over to the Azuri’s.
Second Half Report
An eventful second half was more goals being scored by the dominant side who had everything going their way in the friendly encounter.
Italy continued to take control of the game in the first 5 minutes of the second half which they also created a few goal-scoring opportunities.
Lorenzo Insigne soon made it 3-0 in the 66th minute against the Czech Republic who couldn’t stop the goal from going in after a nice buildup play.
Another goal was recorded in the 73rd minute of the game which saw scored by the home team, with an amazing finish from Berardi to extend the scoreline to 4-0 as it progressed.
The match carried on with no more goal being recorded as it ended with Italy 4-0 Czech Republic which saw the Azuri’s winning the friendly match.
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