Media365 editorial staff, published on Friday, September 23, 2022 at 11:00 p.m.
Beaten in Italy during the 5th day of the League of Nations, England is officially relegated to League B. Germany, for its part, fell against Hungary.
The day after the victory of the French team against Austria, all eyes were on San Siro, this Friday evening, where Italy found England for a great classic of European football. More than a remake of the final of the last European championship, which ended in a coronation of the Nazionale, this enticing poster made it possible above all to measure the state of form of these two great world nations. Remaining at the quay for the World Cup in Qatar, Italy would be measured against one of the most highly rated teams in the table. And the formation of Roberto Mancini offered a prestigious victory at the end of a consistent performance, illuminated by a gem from Raspadori, author of the only goal of the match on a hook-strike sequence in the skylight. Gianluigi Donnarumma was also decisive in his former San Siro arena. England are relegated to League B following this setback.
In the other match of this group 3, Germany conceded an astonishing setback against Hungary (0-1). A quick goal from Szalai put the Hungarians on the right track. The score has not changed, the fault of a Mannschaft out of efficiency in the two zones of truth. Elsewhere, in League B, Finland and Romania separated with a score of parity (1-1), while the derby between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro ended in a Bosnian victory over the smallest of margins (1-0).