Wednesday, 20 November 2019

2020 European Cup Qualification Results: Spain and Italy won a landslide victory

By db-admin –  The last match of the European Cup 2020 Qualification was held on Tuesday (11/19) early morning Western Indonesian Time. Two major countries won a landslide victory. Spain, who met Romania, ended in a landslide 5-0 victory and Italy won the game against hosts Armenia with a final score of 9-1.

Spanish lead by Robert Moreno won by a landslide 5-0 score against Romania at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium with two goals from Gerard Moreno (33′, 43′), Fabian Ruiz (8′), Adrian Rus’s own goal (45′), and Mikel Oyarzabal (90 + 1′).

Romania lost everything from the host. La Furia Roja – Spain’s nickname – wins ball possession 75 percent versus 25 percent, 21 launches attempted kicks, and six of them are right on target.

The victory ensured Spain as the top of Group F with 26 points, five points adrift of Sweden in second. Spain qualified with Sweden for the 2020 European Cup, plus Spain has never lost 10 matches: eight wins and two draws.

More striking results occurred at the Renzo Barbera. The host, the Italian national team, continued the positive trend with a 9-1 victory over Armenia through two goals each scored by Ciro Immobile (8′, 33′), Nicolo Zaniolo (9′, 64′), and a goal from Nicolo Barella (29′), Alessio Romagnoli (72′), Jorginho (75′ penalty), Riccardo Orsolini (77′), and Federico Chiesa (81′). One Armenian consolation goal was scored by Edgar Babayan (79′).

Just like Spain, Italy also dominates with 72 percent possession, 24 attempted kicks, and 12 shots on target. Armenia has 28 percent possession, but more initiative kicks off 14 times.

Italy and Finland qualified for the 2020 European Cup as the top two teams from Group J. Note Gli Azzurri – Italian nickname – was fantastic: 10 wins without ever drawing and losing, scoring 37 goals, and conceding four goals.

Here are the complete results of the other 2020 European League Qualifying matches:

Liechtenstein 0-3 Bosnia Herzegovina

Spain 5-0 Romania

Sweden 3-0 Faroe Islands

Greece 2-1 Finland

Malta 1-2 Norway

The Republic of Ireland 1-1 Denmark

Italy 9-1 Armenia

Gibraltar 1-6 Switzerland

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