July 06, 2021 – 23:44
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Italy and Spain played a draw in regular time and overtime (1-1) in the semifinals of Euro 2020, while penalties chose the winner, who turned out to be the Italians with a score of 4-2.
Although both teams tried hard in the first half, the nets remained intact.
Spain had the best chance in the 25th minute, when Dani Olmo shot beautifully from inside the area, while even more beautifully hosted Gio Donnarumma.
The Italian had his first serious blow in the 45th minute, when Emerson shot from a difficult position, but the ball stopped in the post.
In the second half it was even more beautiful game.
Again it was Spain who risked first, where Sergio Busquets shot from distance, but the ball went just over the gate.
Italy made the most of their counterattacking chances as Federico Chiesa scored in the 60th minute to make it 1-0 in the 60th minute.
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Chiesa again assisted nicely this time to Domenico Berardi who shoots, but his shot is stopped by Simon.
Spain started the big truss at the end of the match, and this was rewarded after Alvaro Morata scored for 1-1.
By the end there were no more goals and the teams went to extra time, from where the finalist will be learned.
Even in time, twice in 15 minutes, there were no goals even though both teams had a good chance with Moratan and Berardi.
The match was decided on penalties, where Italy scored a 4-2 victory.