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Italy - Albania: the Nazionale succeeds in its debut, the summary of the match

Quickly led by Albania, the Italians were able to turn the situation around to win for their entry into the running in Euro 2024 (2-1), this Saturday ; Dortmund, thanks to à goals from Bastoni and Barella. Discover the summary Match.

Italy - Albania: the Nazionale succeeds in its debut, the summary of the match

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Italy - Albania: the Nazionale succeeds in its debut, the summary of the match

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After Spain's victory over Croatia earlier this Saturday (3-0), Italy knew that it did not have the right to ;agrave; the error facing à Albania, little thumb of this group B. However, the Italians could not have imagined a worse start to the meeting since they conceded the fastest goal in the history of the Euro, signed by Bajrami after a huge error from Dimarco on a touch (0-1, 1st). But instead of sinking, the Nazionale was able to respond in a hostile atmosphere as the Albanian supporters had invaded the stands of Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund. It was first with a combination from a corner that Bastoni equalized. (1-1, 11th) before his Inter teammate, Barella, gave the Italians the advantage with a beautiful half-volley (2-1 , 16th).

After an exciting first period, Italy fell a little asleep in the second period against the opposition. a harmless team despite the fact the goal of delay. Shared between the desire to score a third goal and the desire to score a third goal. not to concede a goal, the Nazionale was content to manage but was scared at the end of the match, notably on Manaj's strike (90th), especially after ;egrav;s a decline on the physical level. The victory remains important and Italy will face Italy. Spain next Thursday (9 p.m.) with the same number of points as La Roja. It was the most important thing this evening.

23:05 – A historic goal for Bajrami

Sassuolo player Nedim Bajrami returned in history tonight. The Albanian scored the fastest goal in the history of the Euro this evening against à Italy, after only 23 seconds of play. The old record was held by the Russian Dimitri Kirichenko with a goal scored after ;egrave;s 1 minute and 7 seconds against Greece in 2004.

23:00 – L 'Italy joins Spain at the head of group B

In Group B, Italy joins Spain at the top of the standings after this narrow success. ahead of Albania (2-1). The Spaniards, who beat Croatia (3-0) earlier today, and the Italians will face each other next Thursday during the second day for a shock at the top.

It's over! à Dortmund! Italy wins against Italy Albania (2-1) for its entry into the competition this Saturday. Bajrami had scored; in the first seconds for the Albanian selection before Bastoni (11th) and Barella (16th) turned the situation around.

22:51 – Italy: Barella replaced

Last change in favor of Italy. Nicolo Barella is replaced by Folorunsho for these last minutes of the match.

22:50 – Four minutes of added time

The German referee of the match awards four minutes of added time in this second period between Italy and Albania.

Italy gives itself a scare! On a long ball in depth, Manaj succeeds in a superb control before striking from a tight angle but Donnarumma deflects the ball until it is necessary to prevent it from ending up in the back of the net…

22:46 – Albania: Goal scorer Bajrami replaced

The Albanian scorer of the evening, Bajrami, gives up his place  Muçi for the last minutes of this match against à Italy. Albania must try everything at the end of the match!

22:42 – Italy: Dimarco and Scamacca replaced

Luciano Spalletti performs à new two changes. Gianluca Scamacca and Federico Dimarco are replaced respectively by Mateo Retegui and Matteo Darmian.

22:40 – Beautiful cover by Bastoni

In the duel with Manaj on a through ball, Bastoni handles the blow well and manages to score. head back for Donnarumma, who catches this ball on the ground.

22:37 – Italy: Cristante and Cambiaso enter

Luciano Spalletti makes his first two changes at once. Pellegrini and Chiesa are replaced respectively by Cristante and Cambiaso.

22:35 – Albania: Broja leaves his place

The young Albanian striker Armando Broja, who belongs à Chelsea, give up their place at Rey Manaj for the last quarter of an hour.

22:34 – Yellow card for Hoxha

Entrance in play a few minutes ago, Arber Hoxha received a yellow card for a blow to Frattesi's back. Logical decision on the part of Mr. Zwayer.

22:32 – Italy seems to hesitate< /h3>

Spalletti's players really seem to be hesitating on the march forward. follow in these last minutes. Attack to score the 3rd goal or wait and manage this one-goal lead against the team. an almost harmless team ? 

22:29 – Italy wards off danger

The Italians have to negotiate a corner against them for the first time in a long time but they do not tremble and the danger is over& ;eacute;.

22:27 – Albania: Sylvinho makes two changes

Asani and Seferi are replaced respectively by Hoxha and Laçi for Albania. Sylvinho has changed; his two wingers with these replacements.

22:25 – The Italians in no hurry to score the 3rd goal

The Italians are a little uncertain about how to act in this second period. They lead but are not at the forefront either. shelter, except that Albania hardly tries anything. The Nazionale would be well inspired to score a third goal to be calmer.

22:22 – Still no change

The two selectors have not yet made any changes. of change in this meeting, while we are at the same time the 64th minute of play.

22:19 – Chiesa tries her luck!

Federico Chiesa continues to make misery at the Albanian defense and strikes on his left foot from the right to roll in a powerful strike. The ball just passes à side of the Albanian goal!

22:16 – Frattesi signalé offside

Still served in a very good position in the Albanian area, Frattesi does not manage to score. to deceive Strakosha with the tip of his foot but it is signaled anyway. in an offside position.

22:13 – Bastoni takes his place

After taking some time to recover off the field, Alessandro Bastoni took his place on the field and the game resumed. Dortmund. The Albanians have more offensive intentions.

22:12 – Bastoni remains on the ground

< p>Present in the Italian wall, Bastoni takes the ball right in the head on this powerful shot from Asllani. The Italian defender remains on the ground and struggles to move forward. get over it.

22:11 – Broja écope à his turn with a yellow card

For having a little too much pesté Near the referee, Armando Broja also received a yellow card. But the free kick remains in favor of the Albanians.

22:10 – Yellow card for Calafiori

Riccardo Calafiori receives a yellow card after a very tough duel. with Armando Broja and concedes a dangerous free kick in favor of Albania.

22:08 – Donnarumma not worried&

The Italian captain, Gianluigi Donnarumma, had nothing to do with the game. to do since the Albanian goal scored at the very start of the match. The PSG goalkeeper must remain focused; despite the domination of his own.


Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116