In Dublin it ended 2-0, thanks to the seals of Luka and Concelieri, which allowed the Azzurri to climb to 13 points, with -1 left from Sweden with one more match to go.
Despite not scoring in five Serie B games with Pizza, Lorenzo ‘unkorked’ the first half, which was blocked in Luca’s half-hour stroke, finding the back of the net in the blue with a clear error by O’Brien. The Irish defender drops the ball after a cross from the right, allowing the attacker to split and sign 1-0.
However, in the second half, the match was open, with the hosts trying to find a way to a draw, with the newcomer Tierney: Phenomenal Carnegie trying to close the door in the 82nd minute. On the other hand, Colombo, Maher denied the doubling goal. Italy found the back of the net 2-0 in the 90th minute thanks to a goal from Cancelieri, and Luka opened the scoring without making a mistake.
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