Italy-Liechtenstein 6-0: Record-breaking Quagliarella. Kean still in goal

Italia-Liechtenstein 6-0: Quagliarella da record. Kean ancora in gol

Italy-Liechtenstein 6-0: Record-breaking Quagliarella. Kean still in goal. Photo ANSA / ELISABETTA BARACCHI

PARMA – Qualifying for the next European Football Championship " Euro 2020 ", Liechtenstein-Italy 6-0, goals: Stefano Sensi on an assist by Leonardo Spinazzola at 15 ', Marco Verratti 32', Fabio Quagliarella on penalty at 36 ', Fabio Quagliarella on penalty at 45 ′, Moise Kean on assist from Fabio Quagliarella at 68 ′ and Leonardo Pavoletti at 75 ′.

Italy-Liechtenstein 6-0, Azzurri at the top of their group

The Italian national team won the second game out of two and flew to the top of its Euro 2020 qualifying group. The Azzurri scored six goals against Liechtenstein with a brace from Fabio Quagliarella, who became the oldest scorer in our history. National, and goals from Kean, Verratti, Pavoletti and Sensi. Pavoletti and Sensi scored the first goal in the national team. Blue debut for Armando Izzo.

At 2 ', a free kick for Italy from an excellent position for a hand ball by Polverino. Quagliarella looks for the place but hits the barrier. On the rebound of the Sampdoria striker, Buchel's save in a corner kick. At 5 ', Stefano Sensi kicks around and does not find the big target by a whisker. At 15 ′, Stefano Sensi brought the Italian national team into the lead. The Sassuolo midfielder, the youngest on the field, scored a header from a Leonardo Spinazzola cross. At 24 ′, Bonucci served Marco Verratti a great assist but the PSG midfielder kicked up an excellent position.

At 32 ', Marco Verratti doubled at the end of a personal action ended with a right to turn to Del Piero. At 36 ', Fabio Quagliarella transformed a penalty kick awarded for a handball by Sele and became the oldest scorer in the history of the Italian national football team.

At 43 ', Moise Kean hit the crossbar with a great personal action to Buchel beaten. At 45 ', the referee awarded a penalty to Italy and sent off Kaufmann for a hand ball on Verratti's shot at sure shot. From eleven meters, Quagliarella did not make a mistake, thus achieving the "oldest" double in the history of our national football team. The first half ended on the 4-0 result for Italy.

At 65 ′, Alessio Romagnoli kicked in a sure shot on Moise Kean's cross but failed a fairly easy goal from close range. At 68 ', there is glory also for Kean. The Juventus striker scored the second consecutive goal in the national team. Kean scored ahead of Fabio Quagliarella's airside. At 75 ', Leonardo Pavoletti scored his first goal in the national team on an assist from Marco Verratti. The Cagliari striker struck first with his head, then slipped after Buchel's short strike. At 78 ', Armando Izzo made his debut in the National team, entering Leonardo Bonucci's place.

After the brilliant success against Finland , 2-0 signed by the goals of Nicolò Barella and Moise Kean, the Azzurri of Roberto Mancini returned to the field against a Liechtenstein which was overtaken by Greece (0-2).

The coach Roberto Mancini has not changed form, it continues with the 4-3-3 that has given satisfactions in the last engagements of the Azzurri, but he has made turnover changing as many as 7 players regarding the victory against Finland. Among the posts, Salvatore Sirigu will take the place of Gigio Donnarumma. Defense to four where the only confirmed is Leonardo Bonucci. For the rest, space is given to Gianluca Mancini, Alessio Romagnoli and Leonardo Spinazzola. Three-point median with confirmed Jorginho and Verratti and successor Sensi instead of Nicolò Barella. Trident with the confirmed full marks Moise Kean and the "new" Fabio Quagliarella and Matteo Politano.

The official formations
Italy (4-3-3): Sirigu; G.Mancini, Bonucci, Romagnoli, Spinazzola; Verratti, Jorginho, Sensi; Politano, Quagliarella, Moise Kean. Coach: Roberto Mancini

Liechtenstein (4-4-2): B.Büchel; Wolfinger, Kaufmann, Hofer, Göppel; Sele, Polverino, S.Wieser, Kühne; Hasler, Salanovic. Coach: Helgi Kolvidsson

Referee: Kirill Levnikov (Russia).

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