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Italy vs England Live! League of Nations IV News

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England begin their World Cup countdown with Gareth Southgate in dire need of a quick recovery. After an embarrassing summer in the Nations League, the Three Lions boss has recently been questioned, and at times criticized by his team.

Nevertheless, and while relegation to the Nations League would be extremely disappointing, Southgate’s success in his role has been based on performance in major tournaments. While opponents in the Italians tonight denied them a historic European Championship win at Wembley, England are to be regarded as key players moving to Qatar, even if recent results have been alarming.

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More than anything, optics are important here. England haven’t beaten the Italians in their own backyard since 1961, so winning wouldn’t really be a disaster, but Southgate couldn’t put up another bad performance. Obviously, there are bigger concerns ahead, but a tremendous loss inside the San Siro would hurt morale even more. Keep up with all the activities LIVE standard gameBelow is the dedicated Match blog. Dan Kilpatrick will provide expert analysis from Milan!

live update


FT: Italy 1-0 England

England’s worst run under Gareth Southghat continues as the Three Lions are removed in humble fashion.

One more match till the World Cup…


in overtime

90+3 : To be honest, England are going down without hesitation.


England on the verge of accusation

82:00 – A little more urgency from England at the moment but Italy nearly ends the game, knocking the post out a yard.


double chance with ken

76:00 – From a tight angle, but Kane shoots twice straight at the ‘keeper.


Dan Kilpatrick in San Siros

As it stands, England are facing relegation in the League of Nations – and potentially a difficult path to Euro 2024. Clearly the more immediate concern is going into the World Cup, followed by Iran with just one more game on November 21.


aim! Italy 1-0 England | Giacomo Raspador ’67

67:00 – Brilliant goal from Napoli forward, who gets behind Walker and curls into a shot in front of Pope. amazing finish.


good defending england

61:00 – Walker and Pope make significant interventions to prevent England from falling behind as Italy mounts pressure.


Dan Kilpatrick in San Siros

It’s been a lively start to the second half, and an offside flag has spared England and Barella the blushes after a bad omission from Italy after a good move. It’s over now, and England have been even more objective, especially on the counter.


Italy is growing in

51:00 – Skamaka is winning the doubles, is able to turn and launch an attack.

The second half isn’t much better than the first half.


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