Summary, scoreboard, slow motion, match report

Summary, scoreboard, slow motion, match report

Al Talot Stadium Qualifying match for the European Championship between Dublin, Ireland U21 and Italy U21: summary, scoreboard, result, movie, live news

Al Talot Stadium Dublin, Ireland U21 E Italy U21 They clashed with each other in a valid match to qualify for the Division European Championship. Victory 0-2, 1-0 in each half, Nicoloto’s Azurini: Luka’s goal first, then Dance’s end, Concelieri’s goal in the final.

Summary Ireland Italy 0-2

3 ′ Right context – Wright’s cross-shot from left: Carnegie does not believe him, raising a strange path for a corner.

10 ‘Vignato Context – Nice blue texture. Returning to the right, Vignato made room for shots and kicks, but came to the conclusion.

14 ‘Vignato Context – Bellanova and Vignato’s half-flying turn from the right crossed, however, but the goal was not framed. After the goal against Bosnia he tested an encore.

15 ′ Curly context – Bravo Richie hides the ball into the goal. Then the Empoli player turned and kicked from 20 meters: high ball.

30 ‘Target Luke – Return to the goal for the center forward of the pizza. Bellanova crossed from the right, the Irish rearguard’s error, and O’Brien’s unnatural and inexplicable interception, actually helping Luke find the target with a corner kick.

39 ‘Vignato Context – Vignato, served by Rowella near the left cross of the foul line near the opponent’s penalty area, kicks with his right: the ball touches the post.

44 ′ Curly context – Reaching the edge of the No. 4 area, there will be plenty of time to achieve a better goal, but stepping on the nearest post with the right hand, almost suffocating the conclusion without finding the target.

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46 ′ Cambiasso Context – Cambiasso’s Grand Volley, after a brief setback by the Irish defense: the ball over the crossbar.

Rhythms less than 60 ‘- To this day, Ireland is like a small commodity. Conditioning the wind run. For the time being, Italy controls without succumbing to the impact.

67 ′ Protests Ireland – Ocoli-code relationship in penalty area: Irish striker tries to claim a penalty, but the referee does not take the bait.

68 ′ Ebose context – Attacker’s Flying Conclusion After a Small Blue Push on a Side Free Kick: High ball but not much.

72 ′ Rowella Context – The Genoa midfielder is good at advancing and kicking from 25 meters: the ball is angled but not strong, and Maher stretches and blocks in two halves.

74 ‘Vignato Context – First he gets a ball in the trocar, and then he focuses and kicks: a shot from outside, however, could not find the mirror.

78 ′ Rovalla Context – Selfish Luke kicking from outside, in favor of Rowella going for a rebound first shot, left: to the side of the ball.

79 ‘Colombo Opportunity – Rovalla is still the hero. Infiltration into the area and support for Colombo: Left-handed from the edge, Maher blocked the ball in two halves.

82 ‘Miracle Carnegie – Near Ireland goal. Bagan backs up Tioni, who controls and kicks a free kick from the 30m with a solid shot, but Carnegie says no to him with a super intervention.

83 ‘Colombo Opportunity – Vignato-Rowella-Colombo axis. Left-handed than SPAL Striker, and Maher’s excellent serve to keep his team afloat.

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90 ‘Doubling Chancellors – Fatal resumption of Assyria. Luka throws Concellerier into space, pushing Maher behind the left winger.

Player of the match: Carnegie Report cards

Ireland Italy 0-2: Results and Match Report

Markers: 30 ‘Luke, 90’ Cancelieri (IT)

Ireland (3-4-2-1): Maher; O’Brien, McGinnon, Bagan; O’Connor, Kilkenny (76 ′ Tearney), Coventry, Wright; Smallbone (76 ′ Devoy), Nose (56 ′ Ebocele); Whelan (56 ′ coode). In Panchina: Odumosu, Masanti, Ferry, Hondemark, Ferguson. C.T. Crawford

Italy (4-3-3): Carnesechi; Bellanova, Lovato (33 ‘Pirola), Okoli, Cambiasso; Rowella, Sa. Esposito, Richie; Colombo (86 ′ Cancellieri), Luka, Vignato (93 ′ Mulattieri). On the bench: Turatti, Quagliatta, Ranocchia, Piccoli, Ferrari, Beans. C.T.Nicoloto

Referee: Horaciu Fesnik (Romania)

Notes: Warnings: സാ. Esposito (it)

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