The Italian team beat Belgium 2-1 at Juventus Stadium thanks to goals from Barella and Berardi. Those of Mancini remain in this way with the third position of the UEFA Nations League, whose final Spain and France dispute from San Siro.
Roberto Martínez’s men had up to three sticks in an unfortunate game that none of the teams lived with intensity, so we saw spaces and a very fun first half. The little that these two teams played, saddened by not getting a place in the final, was a decisive fact in the development of the match.
Barella opened the scoring at the exit of the changing room tunnel in the second half. An income that Berardi would increase with much suffering from the penalty spot. De Ketalaere closed the gap in the 86th minute of the game, but it was too late. History has repeated and the result has also repeated, again a 2-1 as it happened in the European Championship last summer.