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Italy booked Euro 2020 final place on penalty shootout 

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UEFA Euro Cup 2020 has got its first finalist. Italy defeated Spain in the first semi-final of the Euro Cup. Although the match was level in the beginning, but later there was a shootout round to get the result, in which the Italian team completed the 9-year-old revenge by winning. The biggest tournament of European football will get the second finalist after 12:30 tonight.

The Euro Cup 2020 first semi-final match between Italy and Spain ended in a 1-1 draw, but in the penalty shootout adopted for the result, Italy’s team won 4-2. After 90 minutes, the score was 1-1. The leading goal for Italy was scored by Federico Chiesa in the 60th minute, and Alvaro Morata equalized in the 80th minute with an assist by Dani Olmo. There were no goals in overtime.

A team has been decided for the great match to be held on the night of July 11. At the same time, the second semi-final will be played at Wembley Stadium today. In a way, this was an opportunity for the Italian team to take revenge on Spain, which the team took advantage of, as Spain won the title by defeating Italy in the final of the 2012 Euro Cup and now Italy defeated Spain in the final moments of the tournament.

Euro Cup 2020 is now in its final stages with one semi-final and one final match left. The second semi-final match for the final race will be England vs Denmark and today football match time will be 12.30 am IST. 

Apart from the second semi-final, the final will also be played at the historic Wembley Stadium in London. In the first semi-final, there was a presence of 58,000 spectators. At the same time, there is going to be a tremendous atmosphere from the audience in the second semi-final and final. Italy’s team, which easily smashed every team in the early stages of the tournament, apparently struggled a bit in the knockout matches, but this team still found a way to win.

Rupal Purohit
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