Three out of three. Ale’Italy He leaves Northern Ireland with all the spoils in his pocket: three wins from three matches, the last match against Scotland yesterday at Shamrock Park Stadium in Portadown, losing 3–0. the boys Koradi They leave Belfast with a clear path: 3 wins, 10 goals scored and none conceded and first place in the standings in Group 12 of this first qualifying stage for the European Championship, played with determination and great team spirit Gaya. Now the Elite stage awaits them, which will be played in March, at a venue not yet determined. “We had set 3 victories as the goal of this away match – declares a bright Koradi at the end of the match – to take first place in the group and be seeded in the draw for the next leg. How much more , we’re interested in how we achieved this qualification: with good play, a very high percentage of ball possession and group unity. Compared to June when we started, the boys have grown up a lot and all have one We have had the opportunity to play together and have fun. Thanks – ends Coach Blue – even to those who didn’t join us, who helped us build this rapport.” Matches against Scottish teammates are settled with Inter Duo di Maggio-Carboni scoring in the first and second half respectively; The seal of the match puts it at the end of the second half Alessandro Bolzán Which makes up the third network. Bernardo Coradi fielded the opening 11 with 5 changes compared to the previous match played against Northern Ireland, but the team reacts with the same determination and ability to play. Italy started off a stellar career by creating some chances with Bruno and Di Maggio, whose shots, in the goal mirror, are intercepted by the opposing goalkeeper. Inter Milan’s under-midfielder, Luca Di Maggio, inspired today in particular, managing to realize his efforts on the development of an action in the Scottish area in the 31st minute, and from a good position, realized the goal of the blue advantage did. In this way the first half ends and the music does not change in the second half. At 5 o’clock in the second half, Scottish midfielder Reid Di Maggio descends into the field: his club mate, Valentin Carboni, appears on the spot and his left foot makes no mistake, giving Azurrini a double advantage. Scotland’s response matured a cross caught by Dok in the 77th minute, but Azzurini was not impressed and called off the game 10 minutes later, with the third goal scored by a Roma striker 3 runs from the end.
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