Italy Under-21 won 3-0 against Iceland and continued their ascent in Group 1. In Ferrara the strikers Sottil and Cutrone (double) scored. As known from Monday no longer in the group the only one of Inter called, Sticks.
BEL SUCCESS – Italy Under-21 overtakes Iceland and takes second place in Group 1 of the 2021 European Under-21 qualifiers, three points behind Ireland which has two more matches. At the Paolo Mazza of Ferrara, the Azzurrini pass 3-0, with a bit of suffering before the break, with the guests who come close to scoring in more circumstances. At 32 'a fine work by Patrick Cutrone on the left, a cross for Andrea Pinamonti 's header and a diversion by Riccardo Sottil , on his second goal with the Azzurrini. The second half starts with an extremely occasional cut for Cutrone, but the point opens too far to the right only in front of the goalkeeper and sends it to the side. Doubling on 84 ', a cross from Marco Sala and a header from Gianluca Scamacca who was rejected by a defender, but Cutrone thinks of putting it inside. The striker scored twice in the 90th minute, on an assist from Scamacca from the same position where he had previously failed. At the final whistle brawl in the field, with several forbidden blows. Italy Under-21 will be back on the field Tuesday at 18.30 against Armenia in Catania. Alessandro Bastoni , of course, will also miss this match as he is no longer in a group.
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