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Euro 2020: Italy vs. Spain semi-finals – live | Euro2020 News

Real-time update of the first semi-final at Wembley Stadium in London.

  • Italy unbeaten in nearly 32 games
  • Spain’s goal is a record fourth continental crown
  • Kick-off time: 19:00 GMT
  • The winner will face England or Denmark in the final on Sunday

Already (almost) recorded

Both sides will set a record at the kickoff.

In less than two hours, Italy vs. Spain will be the most played match in the European Championship.

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When will the game start?

Two hours later-19:00 GMT

Road to the semifinals

Beat Turkey 3-0
Beat Switzerland 3-0
Beat Wales 1-0
Beat Austria 2-1 (after Eastern Time)
Beat Belgium 2-1

Draw with Sweden 0-0
1-1 draw with Poland
Beat Slovakia 5-0
Beat Croatia 5-3 (after ET)
3-1 beat Switzerland (penalty kick)


How Luis Enrique made Spain into the semifinals

Spain coach Luis Enrique overcame his personal tragedy and the influence of negative public opinion, summoning his young team and leading them to the semifinals.

He drew the anger of many fans and most of the Spanish media because he excluded Sergio Ramos from the team and did not select players from Real Madrid.

The coach only chose a lineup of 24 people instead of 26, and encouraged French-born defender Emeric Laporte to switch nationalities instead of Ramos to lead the team’s defense, which attracted more attention. .

Then, after the midfielder tested positive for COVID-19, he left Sergio Busquets in the team, showing that he could not bear Ramos’s patience, who was injured. Missed most of last season.

Radio Marca described Luis Enrique as “stubborn” and added that Spain “is not eligible to win the European Cup, we all know that”.

Luis Enrique [Kirill Kudryavtsev/Pool via Reuters]

Undefeated Italy vs Spain with a king

Italy vs. Spain marked the first semi-final of the 2020 European Cup and was a sensation. Tuesday’s match was the latest episode of the fourth consecutive encounter between the two countries at the European Championship.

Italy has won all five games in this year’s competition. Spain has an average share of 67%.

Read our preview of the first semi-final.

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