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The match between Italy and Switzerland in the European World Cup qualifiers

 


At the San Siro Stadium (Giuseppe Meazza), Italy will receive its Swiss counterpart in the second leg of the 9th round of the European qualifiers for the World Cup, today, on 11-12-2021, led by referee: Anthony Taylor.


The hosts enter the match in first place with 14 points, while the guest is in second place with 14 points as well.

The starting lineup for the Italian national team led by coach Roberto Mancini:

Goalkeeper: Donnarumma.

Defenders: Emerson - Bonucci - Acerby - Di Lorenzo.

Midfield: Chiesa - Jorginho - Locatelli - Barilla.

Attack: Insigne - Belotti.

The starting lineup for the Swiss national team led by coach Murat Yakin:

Goalkeeper: Jan Sommer

Defenders: Ricardo Rodriguez - Fabian Scar - Sylvain Fedemer - Manuel Akanji.

Midfield: Robin Vargas - Denis Zakaria - Remo Frelier - Renato Stephen - Xherdan Shaqiri.

Attack: Noa Okafor.

The match between Italy and Switzerland ended in a positive tie with a goal against a goal.

This match was played as part of the European qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar.

Italy lost a victory that was within reach, to postpone the final qualifying round for the World Cup.

Sylvan Fedemer opened the scoring for Switzerland in the 11th minute of the first half time.

Giovanni Di Lorenzo equalized for Italy in the 36th minute of the first half.

The first half ended in a tie with a goal against a goal.

In the second half, Jorginho missed a penalty kick that could have decided the Italian team's official qualification to the World Cup.

The match ended in a positive tie with a goal for a goal.

With this tie, the situation remains the same in the group, Italy in first place, followed by Switzerland in second place with the same number of points.

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