A true classic of European football is the one that will star this Tuesday, July 6, Spain and Italy for the semifinals of Euro 2021. It is an unmissable duel that will allow you to meet the first finalist of the tournament. And if you are wondering how to see Spain vs. Italy, we have put together all the available alternatives.
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Spain was installed among the four best in the tournament without convincing their fans 100 percent. Although unbeaten, the victory over Slovakia (5-0) in the opening phase was the only victory in the regulation 90 minutes (5-3 over Croatia was in the extension).
Italy, meanwhile, has been the most effective team in the tournament. Of the four semi-finalists, she is the only one to have won all five of her matches. Not only that: Roberto Mancini’s coaches have won their last 13 international matches and already have 32 unbeaten matches (27 wins and five draws). Hence, they arrive at Wembley as the great favorites of this key.
But what does the story say between the two? Of the last 14 games between the two teams, only two have ended with victory for the Italians and another five have been for the Spanish, including 4-0 in the final of the Euro 2012 Championship. However, the Italians took revenge in the second round. end of 2016 with a 2-0.
The match Spain vs. Italy will be played on July 6 at 8:00 pm at Wembley Stadium in London (England) and will be broadcast on the following cable channels and platforms of streaming.
- Argentina (4.00 pm): TNT Sports and DIRECTV.
- Chile (3.00 pm): TNT Sports and DIRECTV.
- Colombia (2:00 pm): WinSports and DIRECTV.
- Mexico (2.00 pm): Sky, Blue To Go Video Everywhere.
- Spain (9.00 pm): TeleCinco Spain and Mitele Plus.
- United States (12:00 pm PST / 15:00 pm EST): SiriusXM FC, ESPN, TUDNUnivision NOW, Prende TV.
A total of 24 teams qualified for the final phase of Euro 2021, which is officially named UEFA Euro 2020. Fortunately for the fans, there was no notable absence at the national team level, as all the powers arrived: France, England, Spain, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands.
After the group stage, the top 16 teams meet in one-off knockout matches leading up to the grand final, scheduled for July 11 at Wembley Stadium in London.
UEFA Euro 2020 could have been the last European Championship played by the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo and the Swede Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who arrived as the top scorers in the competition and whose teams have already been eliminated. Behind them are retirees Robbie Keane (23), Jon Tomasson and Hakan Sükür (22), and Jan Koller (21).