Italy coach Roberto Mancini insists that his team’s form in the 2-1 win over Belgium was no different from the loss to Spain in the Nations League semi-finals. Except that there were no players left in this game 10 people.
The Azzurri is back on track after ending a 37-match unbeaten record in the playoffs. After defeating Belgium 2-1 in the third match
Nicolo Barella’s volley and Domenico Berardi’s penalty gave Italy a 2-1 win. With Belgium smashing late in the game by Charles de Getelere.
Roberto Mancini insists that his team’s form in the 2-1 win over Belgium
“We saw Italy, like in the Euros against Spain. But it’s difficult to have 10 men, otherwise it would be a similar performance to today’s game,” Mancini said.
Mancini made a five-man switch from the Spain match, with only Barella holding the same starting lineup in midfield, while Lorenzo Pellegrini and Manuel Locatelli entered. come
“We have quality and different options in midfield. They showed today that they are doing very well. So the number of options is optimistic,” Mancini added.
“Chiesa can play right and left, it makes a little difference for him. He’s an important player, Berardi and Rapadori are doing just as well as Moise Kean coming on the bench.” According to reports by ufabet