On the last day of Group A, France celebrates a landslide victory over Italy in the European Under-19 Championship.
Équipe Tricolore defeated “Squadra Azzurra” 4:1 in a fast-paced football match and finished first in the final table.
Italy took the lead in the 16th minute after a superb attack by Fulpato. However, the lead continued until the 24th minute before da Silva equalized the match with a nice long-range shot. The French team took advantage of the mistake of Italian goalkeeper Chaona and turned the match in the 36th – 2-1.
The second half begins with plenty of chances for both sides. As a result, the French national team is more efficient and leads 3-1 thanks to a strong individual performance by Chaona in the 69th minute – his fourth goal in 3 matches. Substitute Arconte is responsible for the last point 4-1 after perfect preparatory work by Virginius (79 minutes).
The unbeaten French won the first group with nine points and meets the second group runner-up in the semi-finals, and Italy will face the Austrian group winner, who will be eliminated on Sunday in the England match against Israel.
LASK player saves Slovakia in the last minute
In the struggle for third place and the accompanying participation in the final match of the U-20 World Cup ticket, the hosts Slovakia and Romania were 0-0 for a long time, but in the end the hosts came out 1 thanks to the last minute. Target: from 0 to.
In the first half, both teams could hardly create chances. In the second half of the match, Slovakia increased the pace without becoming mandatory.
In the fifth minute of stoppage time, LASK player Adam Greger scored the much-acclaimed winning goal from a very short distance after a free kick. Holly failed in front of the Roman guard. After that, she broke all the barriers between the fans and the players, and they cheered the first goal of the hosts in this European championship.
As a result, Albert Rusnak’s team finished in Group A in third place and await their opponent on the last World Cup ticket, who is likely to be called Austria after the duel between the Austrian team and Serbia on Sunday. (from 8 p.m. on the live stream).
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