Italy qualified for the final four of the Nations League after beating Hungary 2-0 on Monday in Budapest. The Italians, European champions 2020 but not qualified for the next World Cup in Qatar, won thanks to goals from Giacomo Raspadori (27th) and Federico Dimarco (52nd).
The Squadra Azzurra joins the Netherlands and Croatia already qualified for the Final Four (June 2023), while waiting for Portugal or Spain opposed Tuesday in Braga.
The rest of the evening at Wembley, the fans were treated to a wild six-goal second half that ended in a 3-3 draw between England and Germany. Evening which especially highlighted their defensive deficiencies, for the last day of the League of Nations.
The Mannschaft had taken the lead on a penalty from Ilkay Gündogan (0-,1, 52nd) and a sublime goal from Kai Havertz (0-2, 67th), before Luke Shaw (1-2, 71st), Mason Mount (2-2, 75th) and Harry Kane, on penalty (3-2, 82nd) did not turn the tide, but a handball from Nick Pope allowed Havertz to snatch the draw (3-3, 87th) .