UEFA Europa League third and fourth place finals
Italy 2-1 Belgium
46′ Varela, 65′ Berardi (penalty kick) / 86′ Decatur
Sports Weekly All Media Original
In the third and fourth place in the UEFA Europa League finals, Italy defeated Belgium 2-1 and won the third place. In the first half, Italy made many threats. In the second half, Barrera volleyed and scored. Italy led by one goal. In the 65th minute, Federico Chiesa made a point, Berardi made a penalty and Italy extended its lead to 2 goals. Before the end, De Bruyne sent an assist, Diktrare scored and scored a goal for Belgium.
In the 7th minute, Bashuayi turned around and shot, and the ball was slightly higher than the crossbar.
In the 18th minute, Berardi shot long and was saved by Courtois.
In the 20th minute, Federico Chiesa sent a through stop, Las Padori hit the goal and was blocked from the bottom line.
In the 25th minute, Bashuayi crossed, and Salmarques’ shot hit the crossbar and popped out.
In the 45th minute, Federico Chiesa rushed in after taking a long pass, facing Courtois single-handedly, and shot wide of the goal.
In the 46th minute, Italy got a corner kick. After the ball was taken, it was cleared by a Belgian player. Barrera volleyed the goal and Italy led 1-0.
In the 60th minute, Bashuayi’s shot was ejected by the crossbar.
In the 65th minute, Chiesa was brought down in the penalty area and the referee awarded a penalty kick. Berardi made a penalty and Italy led 2-0.
In the 86th minute, Belgium launched a quick counterattack, De Bruyne sent an assist, Diktrare scored, Belgium regained a goal.
Italian lineup: Donnarumma/Di Lorenzo, Archerby, Bastoni, Emerson/Barrera (69′ Varela), Locatelli, L. Pellegrini (70 ‘Jorginho) / Berardi (90′ Bernardeschi), Laspadori (64′ Moise Keene), F. Chiesa (90’ Insigne)
Belgian lineup: Courtois/Alderweirelder, Denayère, Vertonghen/Sallemax (58’Dektrare), Witsel, Thielemann (58’D Braunnet), Castagne/Van Aken, Bashuayi, Carrasco (86’Trosal)