Goals and highlights: Italy 2-1 Austria in Euro 2020
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Goals and highlights

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Game over!

Italy defeated Austria 2-1 in overtime to advance to the quarterfinals, where they will face the winner of the match between Belgium and Portugal.
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Sasa Kalajdzic heads home to cut the deficit. It's going to be a great end to the match.
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More changes for Austria: Trimmel and Ilsanker replace Lainer and Laimer.
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New Italy move: Cristante replaces Insgine.
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Austria makes two changes: Gregoritsch and Schaub replace Schlager and Grillitsch.
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The second overtime begins!
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The first extra time ends! Italy is beating Austria by two goals.
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Mateo Pessina crosses inside the box to increase his team's lead on the scoreboard.
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A great save! Bachmann makes a great save to keep out Insigne's goal from a free kick. Italy's second goal was close.
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Hinteregger cuts off an offensive action and receives a caution card.
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Another change for Austria: Kalajdzic comes in for Arnautovic.
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Chiesa controls inside the area, cuts inside and crosses to put his team ahead.
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Almost there! Chiesa's shot goes just wide of Austria's right-hand post.
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The first overtime is on!
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The match is over! There will be extra time to define the team that advances to the quarterfinals.
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Five minutes are added.
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Austria made its first moves: Schopf came on for Baumgartener, who left due to injury.
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Italy makes more moves: Chiesa and Belotti replace Berardi and Immobile.
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After review, offside is flagged, which had been before the alleged infringement.
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A probable penalty for Austria is reviewed in the VAR.
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Double change for Italy: Verratti and Barella come off and Locatelli and Pessina come on.
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Disallowed! Austria's goal was disallowed for offside by Arnautovic, who was ahead of Alaba when he was assisted by Alaba.
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At the far post, Arnautovic beats Donnarumma with a header that hits the crossbar.
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In the first minutes of the second half, Austria started to press high and took the ball away from Italy.
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Close! Alaba's free kick goes just over the Italian goal.
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Barella joins the list of those cautioned for complaining to the referee about an infringement.
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Di Lorenzo is the second cautioned of the match for a foul on Baumgartner.
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The second half begins!
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The first half is over! Italy and Austria have not moved the scoreboard.
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Add one minute.
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Bachmann! The Austrian goalkeeper leans back and sends Spinazzola's low shot for a corner.
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Austria has improved in defense and has prevented Italy from creating danger for a while.
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METAL! Immobile takes his chance from outside the box and fires a great shot that crashes against the crossbar. Once again, Italy come close to scoring.
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After half of the first half, Italy has been superior to Austria; however, it has not yet managed to take the lead on the scoreboard.
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Close! Arnautovic, who is yellow-carded, fires a shot from outside the box that sails over the Italian crossbar.
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Bachmann! The Austrian goalkeeper holds on and saves Barella's powerful shot. It was a close call for Italy's first goal.
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Almost there! Insigne's cross shot that Bachmann controls with both hands. Italy have started to look dangerous.
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Dangerous play by Italy ended with Spinazzola's shot going just wide of the left post.
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For their part, Italy tries to attack vertically; however, their counterattacks have not yet borne fruit.
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At the moment, Austria has taken the initiative; and when they don't have the ball, they press high up and cause Italy to make mistakes when coming out or reject the ball.
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Match starts: Italy 0-0 Austria!
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Italy vs Austria about to kick off!

At this moment, the Euro 2020 protocol takes place; both teams sing their national anthem.
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More history

This is the seventh time that Austria and Italy have met in official competitions; so far, the Austrians have not won a match. Their first meeting was in 1934.
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Italy, with the statistics in their favor

The team coached by Roberto Mancini has now gone 30 matches without defeat: 25 wins and 5 draws, equaling their historic streak, which they also achieved in 1935 and 1939.
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Austria: substitutes

For their part, the following are the Austrian players available: Schlager, Pervan; Ulmer, Posch, Ilsanker, Gregoritsch, Baumgartlinger, Lienhart, Trimmel, Schaub, Schopf and Kalajdzic.
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Italia: substitutes

These are the options available to the Italian national team on the bench: Sirgiu, Meret, Locatelli, Belotti, Pessina, Emerson, Chiesa, Cristante, Bernardeschi, Raspadori, Bastoni, Toloi.
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Austria: confirmed lineup

For his part, Franco Foda has selected Bachmann, Alaba (C), Hinteregger, Dragovic, Lainer, Grillitsch, Schlager, Baumgartner, Laimer, Sabitzer and Aranutovic for this afternoon's game.
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Italy: confirmed lineup

This is the team that Roberto Mancini sends to the field: Donnarumma; Di Lorenzo, Bonucci (C), Acerbi, Spinazzola, Barella, Jorginho, Verratti, Berardi, Immobile and Insigne.
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Italy will move its pieces

For his part, Roberto Mancini confessed that the Italian national team will have some movements in its lineup: "We are calm, we have many good players. Whoever plays will continue to do what he has done so far. We'll wait until tomorrow just in case, but we're more or less there".
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Austria to watch out for Italy

Meanwhile, Franco Foda, coach of the Austrian national team, highlighted the virtues of his opponent: "Italy was the team that impressed me the most. They attack well, position themselves well and are also strong in transition. Even in the third game they were strong despite making a lot of changes. They are a dangerous team".
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2:19 PMa month ago

Italy is focused

For his part, Leonardo Bonucci made it clear that the Italian team will not be overconfident: "We're confident too, but we can't let our guard down against anyone. Tomorrow we have to be very attentive to details, we will respect Austria but we have to play our soccer."
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The mood in Austria is high

Looking ahead to this evening's game, David Alaba emphasized the spirit in the Austrian squad: "The atmosphere in the squad is very good and everyone is excited about the game. It's a dream come true for each and every one of us to play Italy in the last 16 of the EURO at Wembley.
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Latest games between Italy vs Austria

Historically, the two teams have met 36 times, with eight draws, 16 wins for Italy and 12 for Austria.
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Key player of Austria

David Alaba: Beyond his role as captain, the Real Madrid player is the best quality element in the team coached by Franco Foda; he is a key player in defense and ball control.
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Key player of Italy

Ciro Immobile is the most lethal striker in Roberto Mancini's squad; so far, the Lazio player has two goals in two games, and he will want to keep on scoring.
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Austria: last lineup

D. Bachmann; D. Alaba, M. Hinteregger, A. Dragovic, S. Lainer, F. Grillitsch, X. Schlager, C. Baumgartner, M. Sabitzer, K. Laimer and M. Arnautovic.
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Italy: last lineup

G. Donnarumma; R. Tolói, L. Bonucci, A. Bastoni, Emerson, M. Pessina, Jorginho, M. Verratti, F. Bernardeschi, A. Belotti and F. Chiesa.
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Who will be the referee and his assistants?

The central referee for this Italy vs. Austria is Anthony Taylor; Gary Beswick, first line, Adam Nunn, second assistant, and Sandro Scharer, fourth referee.
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Austria looking to spring a surprise

For their part, the Austrian team qualified for this round as second place in Group C with six points; they lost to the Netherlands, but overcame North Macedonia and Ukraine.

The previous Monday, on the last day of the group stage, they beat Ukraine 1-0 with a goal by Christoph Baumgartner.

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Italy to keep up the pace

The Italian national team advanced to this phase after topping Group A with a perfect record of nine points; they defeated Wales, Switzerland and Turkey.

In their last match, played last Sunday, they defeated Wales 1-0 with a goal by Matteo Pessina.

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Italy and Austria, for a place in the quarterfinals

This afternoon, the Squadra Azzurra and Das Team will play the second round of the round of 16 at Euro 2020.
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The match will be played at the Wembley Stadium

The Italy vs Austria match will be played at the stadium Wembley, in London, England. The stadium has a capacity of 90,000 people.
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