Italy Vs Spain EURO 2020 semi-final match has now kicked off for an exciting football fixture tonight, MySportDab reports.
Italy have performed very well so far in Euro 2020, defeating top countries during the tournament.
The Italians are still favourites to win the Euro 2020 tournament this summer.
Italy are very strong in defence and also have quality players in attack to stop any team.
For Spain, they have shown their quality in the knockout stages of the tournament.
Despite a poor start to the group stages, Spain are now in the Euro 2020 semi-final against Italy tonight.
Italy XI vs. Spain: Donnarumma, Bonucci, Di Lorenzo, Chiellini, Emerson, Verratti, Barella, Jorginho, Insigne, Chiesa, Immobile.
Spain XI vs. Italy: Unai Simón, Alba, Azpilicueta, Laporte, Eric García, Pedri, Koke, Busquets, Olmo, Torres, Oyarzabal.
1′ Italy 0-0 Spain
4′ Italy 0-0 Spain
26′ Italy 0-0 Spain
26 minutes gone so far between Italy and Spain at Wembley.
It’s goalless but there have been chances. Spain starting to dominate possession.
Half-Time: Italy 0-0 Spain
60′ Italy 1-0 Spain (Chiesa)
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76′ Italy 1-1 Spain (Morata)
Beautiful give and go between Olmo and Morata to level it for Spain. pic.twitter.com/Hzznq80oWe
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FT Italy 1-1 Spain (We Go Into Extra Time)
FT After Penalties: Italy (4) – 1 (2) Spain
Spain Coach has surprised everyone by naming a Starting XI without a striker upfront.
Alvaro Morata and Gerard Moreno are both missing from Spain’s starting XI.
The two strikers have both missed so many big chances to score in the Euro 2020 tournament so far.
Luis Enrique has given Mikel Oyarzabal the chance to lead the Spain attack Ferran Torres and Dani Olmo with him.
For Italy, they have Chiesa, Insigne and Immobile in attack.
The Italians have conceded only two goals so far in the competition.
Italy defeated Turkey and Switzerland 3-0 in their first two group matches before a 1-0 win against Wales.
Italy reached the semi-final after a 2-1 win against Belgium in the quarter-finals, but Spain needed penalties to get past Switzerland.
The Spaniards will be hoping to avoid having to play another extra 30 minutes of football tonight.