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New record: Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 25 goals in European qualifiers!

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The Unstoppable! Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo breaking records with Portugal National team. Cristiano, also Captain for Portugal, scoring a “Poker” against Lithuania on Tuesday 10 September 2019 ending the game Lithuania 1 – 5 Portugal.  Cristiano Ronaldo with 93 international goals.

2020 European Championship Qualifying, Group Stage
Lituania 1 – 5 Portugal
Goals: 7′ Cristiano Ronaldo(P)(pen), 28′ Vytautas Andriuskevicius (L), 61′ Cristiano Ronaldo(P), 65′ Cristiano Ronaldo(P), 76Cristiano Ronaldo(P), 92′ William Carvalho (P)

Cristiano Ronaldo record with Portugal up to Tuesday 10 September 2019:
  • 161 International games
  • Eight international hat-tricks
  • 93 International goals (25 goals in European qualifiers)

Front Pages, La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport, and Tutto Sport, Monday 9 September, 2019

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Here are the front pages from the Italian newspapers La Gazzetta dello Sport, Corriere dello Sport, and Tutto Sport, Monday 9 September, 2019.

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La Gazzetta dello Sport,Front Page, Monday 9 September 2019

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Corriere dello Sport, Front Page, Monday 9 September 2019

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Italy Head Coach Roberto Mancini: “We took control of things again and all of the guys did well,” after defeating Finland

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Tickets to sports events worldwideItaly Head Coach Roberto Mancini is satisfied with the performance of the Italian National team .  Italy defeated Finland winning the  EURO 2020 Qualifier Matchday 6  on Sunday 8 September 2019 at the Ratina Stadion, Tampere, Finland.

Matchday 6 Result:  Finland 1 – 2 Italy.

Mancini declaring after the match, “We created problems for ourselves. Then, we took control of things again and all of the guys did well.   Having more players to choose from can only be a positive. This group is improving. Our philosophy is to attack, you’ll give something up at the back when you do that but the defence is up to it.”

Here is the current situation. Italy is leading Group J winning all 6 games reaching 18 points.  The qualification is closer. Simply put, Italy will qualify if they win the next game.  Let’s root for the AZZURRRRIIIIIIIIIIIII

European Qualifiers Group J Standing after Matchday 6


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Football TicketsUEFA 2020 European Qualifiers
Qualifying Round – Group J
Matchday 6

Finland 1 – 2 Italy
Sunday 8 September 2019
Ratina Stadion
Tampere, Finland

20:45

Referee: Robert Madden (SCO)
Assistant Referee 1: Francis Connor (SCO)
Assistant Referee 2: David Roome (SCO)
Fourth Official: John Beaton (SCO)
Referee Observer: Andreas Schluchter (SUI)

Ciro Immobile: “I really wanted to score in this shirt,” after his goal against Finland

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Tickets to sports events worldwideItaly is shining flying high towards the UEFA EURO 2020!!!   Italy defeated Finland winning the  EURO 2020 Qualifier Matchday 6  on Sunday 8 September 2019 at the Ratina Stadion, Tampere, Finland.

Matchday 6 Result:  Finland 1 – 2 Italy.

It is, definitely, a magic moment for Lazio forward Ciro Immobile.  “I’ve got rid of something that was hanging around my neck. I really wanted to score in this shirt. I’m getting my confidence back by scoring and I’m happy with this.”    Immobile opened the score in the 59th minute.

Here is the current situation. Italy is leading Group J winning all 6 games reaching 18 points.  The qualification is closer. Simply put, Italy will qualify if they win the next game.  Let’s root for the AZZURRRRIIIIIIIIIIIII

European Qualifiers Group J Standing after Matchday 6


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Football TicketsUEFA 2020 European Qualifiers
Qualifying Round – Group J
Matchday 6

Finland 1 – 2 Italy
Sunday 8 September 2019
Ratina Stadion
Tampere, Finland

20:45

Referee: Robert Madden (SCO)
Assistant Referee 1: Francis Connor (SCO)
Assistant Referee 2: David Roome (SCO)
Fourth Official: John Beaton (SCO)
Referee Observer: Andreas Schluchter (SUI)

UEFA EURO 2020 Qualification: Result FINLAND 1 – 2 ITALY, Sunday 8 September 2019

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40% Ball Possession FINLAND and 60% Ball Possession ITALY

Finland 1 – 2 Italy

72′ Teemu Pukki (pen)                      59′ Ciro Immobile
.                                                                  79′ Jorginho (pen)

Tickets to sports events worldwideItaly is closer to the qualification.   Italy winning the EURO 2020 Qualifier Matchday 6 game defeating Finland on Sunday 8 September 2019 at the Ratina Stadion, Tampere, Finland.

Here is the current situation. Italy is leading Group J winning all 6 games reaching 18 points.  The qualification is closer. Simply put, Italy will qualify if they win the next game.  Let’s root for the AZZURRRRIIIIIIIIIIIII

European Qualifiers Group J Standing after Matchday 6


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The game started with bad news.  Italy forced to make the first substitution in the 8th minute.  Midfielder Alessandro Florenzi replacing Emerson because of an injury.

It is Italy to open the score in the 59th minute. Lazio forward Ciro Immobile defeating Finland goalkeeper with a headed shot in the top left corner.

NOOOOOO… Referee Robert Madden giving a penalty to Finland conceded by Stefano Sensi after a foul on Teemu Pukki. In the 72nd minute, Teemu Pukki converts the penalty defeating Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma with a right footed shot.

Italy taking the lead again in the 79th minute. Referee Madden giving a penalty to Italy conceded by Sauli Väisänen after a handball inside the penalty area. It is Jorginho to convert the penalty with a right footed shot in the bottom right corner.

Here is FINLAND official starting lineup by Head Coach Markku Kanerva:

FINLAND (5-4-1): Hradecky; Granlund, Toivio, Arajuuri, Vaisanen, Uronen; Lod, Schuller, Kamara, Lappalainen; Pukki.

Here is ITALY official starting lineup by Head Coach Roberto Mancini:

ITALY (4-3-3): Donnarumma; Izzo, Bonucci, Acerbi, Emerson Palmieri; Barella, Jorginho, Sensi; Pellegrini, Immobile, Chiesa.

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Referee Robert Madden from Scotland will be assisted by Assistant Referee 1: Francis Connor (SCO) and Assistant Referee 2: David Roome (SCO). The Fourth Official will be John Beaton (SCO). The Referee Observer will be Andreas Schluchter (SUI).

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Football TicketsUEFA 2020 European Qualifiers
Qualifying Round – Group J
Matchday 6

Finland 1 – 2 Italy
Sunday 8 September 2019
Ratina Stadion
Tampere, Finland

20:45

Referee: Robert Madden (SCO)
Assistant Referee 1: Francis Connor (SCO)
Assistant Referee 2: David Roome (SCO)
Fourth Official: John Beaton (SCO)
Referee Observer: Andreas Schluchter (SUI)

Goals:  59′ Ciro Immobile (I), 72′ Teemu Pukki (F)(pen), 79′ Jorginho (I)(pen)

Official lineups – formations:

FINLAND (5-4-1): Hradecky; Granlund, Toivio, Arajuuri, Vaisanen, Uronen; Lod, Schuller, Kamara, Lappalainen; Pukki.

Subs: Joronen, Jaakkola, Väisänen​​​​​​, Pirinen​​​​​​, Markkula, Sumusalo, Lam, Raitala, Taylor, Forsell, ​Jensen​​​​​​​, Soiri, Kauko​​​​​​​, Hämäläinen​​​​​​​, Källman​​​​​​​​​​​​​​, Karjalainen​​​​​​, Skrabb​​​​​​, Tuominen​​​​​​.​​​​​​​

Coach: Markku Kanerva

ITALY (4-3-3): Donnarumma; Izzo, Bonucci, Acerbi, Emerson Palmieri; Barella, Jorginho, Sensi; Pellegrini, Immobile, Chiesa.

Subs: Sirigu, Meret, Tonali, D’ambrosio, Belotti, Bernardeschi, Grifo, Romagnoli, El Shaarawy, Florenzi, Lasagna, Mancini.

Coach: Roberto Mancini