VIDEO: LIVESTREAM: Alaba just misses Austria’s unique free kick opportunity

  1. 2′ – Yellow – Marko Arnautovic
  1. 51 ‘- Geel – Nicolò Barella
  2. 50 ‘- Geel – Giovanni Di Lorenzo

Tonight Italy will take on Austria in its 1/8th final at Wembley. The Azzurri did not concede a single goal in the group stage and impressed with a 9 out of 9. Austria survived a European Championship group stage for the first time in its history. Who will be the possible opponent of the Red Devils? The match starts at 9 p.m.

  1. 64′second half, minute 64. Locatelli and Pessina check their tactical guidelines on the iPad. They’ll be coming in soon. .
  2. 63′second half, minute 63. Sabitzer deviated. Suddenly we actually get a smooth Austrian attack. Sabitzer’s swipe deviates and floats over Donnarumma, but also past the far post. Moments later, Arnautovic decides too weak. .
  3. 61′second half, minute 61. After a little over an hour, there is still no breakthrough. The Italians still have Chiesa, Bernardeschi and Locatelli on the bench to make the difference. .
  4. 60′second half, minute 60. We can already say that the Italians are not overwhelming. Stef Wijnants.
  5. 58′second half, minute 58. Italy gently takes the initiative again, although a long run from Insigne does not provide a chance to score. .
  6. 55′second half, minute 55. The moth is in Italy. Acerbi gets Donnarumma in trouble and moments later Spinazzola lets the ball roll over the sideline. .
  7. 55′second half, 55 minute. Hard tackle by Di Lorenzo, free kick goes over.

    Strong tackle by Di Lorenzo, free kick goes over

  8. 52′second half, minute 52. Alaba left. Captain Alaba takes his responsibility and takes the free kick. Wembley holds his breath, but Alaba eventually curls wide. Austria will not get much better chances. .
  9. 51′Yellow card for Italy’s Nicolò Barella during the second half, minute 51
  10. 50′second half, 50 minutes. Di Lorenzo goes in Taylor’s book for a bold tackle on the edge of the rectangle. This can become very dangerous for Donnarumma. .
  11. 50′Yellow card for Italy’s Giovanni Di Lorenzo during the second half, minute 50
  12. 50′second half, minute 50.
  13. 49′second half, 49th minute. Arnautovic seems to choke five times in his dribble, but still squeezes free. When fired, he falls backwards from exhaustion. Unfortunately. .
  14. 48′second half, minute 48. Action by Berardi. Berardi surprises Alaba with a gear and puts a low cross, but Dragovic appears in front of Immobile in time to clear the danger. .
  15. 46′second half, minute 46. The Italians have so far played a little too stereotypically to really embarrass Austria. Will the Squadra be able to score after the break? .
  16. 46′ second halfsecond half, minute 46 match started
  17. 21:501100. The Azzurri are now 1100 minutes without a goal against. Their own world record is 1143 minutes, set by Dino Zoff and his defense in the early 1970s. . rest, 9:50 p.m.
  18. 45+2′ first halffirst half, minute 47 match over
  19. 45+2′first half, minute 47. 0-0 at half time. Austria refuses to be overwhelmed. Barella and especially Immobile with a wonderful bang against the post ensured that Italy had by far the best chances. .
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