DIFFERDANGE (Luxembourg) – Italy Under 21 wins 3-0 against the same age as Luxembourg rear and maintains the top of the standings in group F for the next European Championships, with a point of advantage over Eire (and one race less). In Differdange, for the azzurrini, the goals of the Italian-Brazilian Emanuel Vignato, the Turin striker (but owned by Monaco) Pietro Pellegri and the Napoli playmaker (this year protagonist with Cremonese) Gianluca Gaetano decide. Positive debuts for Miretti, Zanoli and Bove.
Luxembourg-Italy U21, Nicolato’s choices
Nicolato relies on Carnesecchi between the posts, Cambiaso, Lovato, Pirola and Quagliata in defense, the Juve talents Miretti (debut) and Rovella in the median and the trio of attacking midfielders Cambiaghi-Gaetano-Vignato in support of the Pellegri attacking midfielder. Only the bench for Lucca, who hasn’t scored since November, with the Under 21 shirt, and for Ricci, who joined in extremis after the first official match with Mancini’s senior national team. Absent Udogie, Bellanova and Fagioli. Manuel Cardoni, Luxembourg coach of clear Italian origins, throws into the eleven owner D’Anzico, also the son of emigrants, and Diogo Monteiro, owned by Monza.
Luxembourg-Italy U21 0-2 in the 45th minute: goals from Vignato and Pellegri
As expected, Italy plays the game and Luxembourg tries to close all spaces. The first noteworthy ring bears the signature of Pirola in the 4 ‘, which does not frame the head mirror, so he tries it immediately after Gaetano, with a similar result. The talent of Cremonese, but owned by Napoli, is the protagonist of a new attempt from outside, while Pellegri first wastes the advantage, then the doubling: in the middle, the 1-0 scored by Vignato at 20 ‘with a poisonous right from the edge. As the minutes pass, Miretti takes the chair, author of continuous openings and a beautiful shot from the outside that touches seven on the Luxembourg goal, while Gaetano and Pellegri they continue, in vain, the personal search for the goal: in particular at half an hour, the first commits Martin to the near post, the second forces him to repeat himself with a twist on the developments of the consequent corner. For the Torino forward, the first joy with the Under 21 shirt arrives in the 33rd minute: splendid the left-handed control and the right-footed shot after the beautiful cue from Cambiaghi. At 35 ‘then Rovella tries, with no luck, directly on a free-kick, while Gaetano’s insidious pumpkin ends at the bottom of very little (37’). The azzurrini are clamoring for a penalty for a clear hand ball in the area by Schmit which was not granted by the referee, the Azerbaijani Masiyev. At 45 minutes, however, Luxembourg’s first shot: Ikene’s left, despite a deviation, does not create problems for Carnesecchi.
Gaetano’s goal: Italy U21 wins 3-0 in Luxembourg
We start again without changes, the Italians seem to want to manage the forces waiting for some new graft and the goal opportunities are in vain. About 10 ‘go by quickly, up to tris signed by Gaetano: the talent owned by Napoli, favored by a rebound after a shot attempt by Pellegri, sends the ball under the cross in an unstoppable way for Martin, thus signing his first goal with the Under 21 shirt. one step away from instant poker. It is 61 ‘the minute chosen by Nicolato to give a triple debut: Oristanio, Zanoli and Bove – immediately protagonist with a spectacular scissor stroke high by a breath – Vignato, Cambiaso and Rovella detect, ten turns of the hand later it is Sebastiano Esposito’s turn, who makes Pellegri breathe, then Gaetano makes room for Colombo. The rhythms collapse in the final, tiredness (and the thought of the next two commitments) takes over the head and legs of the young Italian national, who manages the possession with personality: the last emotions are an attempt without big pretensions by Oristanio, a ‘Colombo’s pocket closed by Martin, the post hit by Luxembourg on Rupil’s free-kick, a good chance missed by Cambiaghi and a good opportunity for Esposito on a set piece.
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