Italy vs Spain Live Football Score 05 October 2021
NAME: Italy – Spain
DATE: October 6, 2021
TIME: 18:45 UTC
VENUE: San Siro/Giuseppe Meazza, Milan , Italy
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Italy face a semi-final rematch with Spain as they bid to follow up their Euro 2020 success by claiming more silverware this week.
Roberto Mancini’s stylish European champions, who are defending a 37-game unbeaten record, host Spain in the first of the UEFA Nations League last four encounters at San Siro on Wednesday.
The last meeting between the sides came at Wembley in July when, with a place in the Euros final at stake, Italy prevailed in a penalty shootout after a thrilling 1-1 draw.
Victory this time would set up a final date with Belgium or France, but Mancini, whose side are also of top their World Cup qualifying group, is anticipating a tough clash.
“Spain were the team we struggled against most during Euro 2020,” the former Manchester City boss told uefa.com. “They are a good team with good players. It will be a good match.
It would be amazing to win (the Nations League) after the European Championship – and it would be amazing to qualify for the World Cup early – but it won’t be that easy. Every game is full of difficulties.”
After a slow start at Euro 2020, Spain were beginning to look a strong side by the end of the tournament in the summer, but they were beaten by Sweden in a World Cup qualifier last month.
Manager Luis Enrique is confident his side can rouse themselves for the upcoming challenge.
Enrique said: “It was already an attractive proposition before the Euros took place – to play Italy in Italy in the final four.
“This is a competition that we would love to win. It will be a very interesting match, to see what kind of performance we are capable of producing in front of an Italian-majority crowd and against the reigning European champions.
“You don’t need any more motivation than that. I can’t wait for the game.”
The Nations League final takes place at San Siro on Sunday with a third-place play-off in Turin on Saturday.