Nations League, Italy-Germany 1-1: Pellegrini and Kimmich score

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The new direction of the national team has restarted the challenge to the Germans led by Flick. At the Dall’Ara stadium in Bologna, Mancini has revolutionized formation from the defeat to Argentina a few days ago. Good match for the Azzurri who took the lead and then got a draw

After failing to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar and defeating Argentina in the Wembley final, Roberto Mancini’s Italy has restarted from the Nations League. In the first game of the tournament, the Azzurri challenged Germany at the Dall’Ara stadium in Bologna. The match ended in 1-1. The Italian coach had opted for an almost total revolution from the previous game and the reactions on the pitch were good. At the end of the game, Mancini commented: “We had a hard time at the beginning, but mine did well and played a level match with a great national team.” Today the coach let six young players debut in the national team: is this a message to the clubs that they are not letting young Italians play? “We have to think about our team, there are good young people and I let them play – he answers -. Today, as I said, they were good because it was not easy: Germany is one of the strongest teams. The result changes nothing “the way is very long”.

The match report

Germany starts strong, but Italy takes heart as the minutes pass and starts again effectively. On the 35th big chance for the Azzurri: Scamacca checks and kicks, the ball hits the post. Mancini’s team unlocks it at minute 70 with Lorenzo Pellegrini on an assist from Gnonto who just came in. Just a few minutes pass and the Germans level up with Kimmich who finds a golden ball on the spot and beats Donnarumma after a few tackles in the center of the Italian territory.

The match report of Italy-Germany 1-1

Goal: 70′ Pellegrini (I), 73′ Kimmich (G)

ITALY (4-3-3): Donnarumma, Florenzi, Acerbi, Bastoni, Biraghi (35′ st Dimarco), Frattesi (40′ st Ricci), Cristante, Tonali (35′ st Pobega), Politano (19′ st Gnonto), Scamacca (40’st Cancellieri), Pellegrini. Coach: Mancinic

GERMANY (4-2-3-1): Neuer, Kehrer, Sule, Rudiger, Henrichs (14′ st Hofmann), Kimmich, Goretzka (24′ st Gundogan), Gnabry (35′ st Raum), Muller (24′ st Havertz ), Sane (14’st Musiala), Werner. All. flick

ammonites: Florenzi, Kehrer, Tonali, Havertz, Werner, Cancelleri for unfair play.

Source: TG 24 Sky

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