Italy gained revenge for their Euro 2012 final loss to Spain by beating Las Rojas 2-0 in an open encounter at the Stade de France in Pa...
Italy gained revenge for their Euro 2012 final loss to Spain by beating Las Rojas 2-0 in an open encounter at the Stade de France in Paris.
Giorgio Chiellini’s header just past the half hour mark and Graziano Pelle’s late finish proved to be enough for Antonio Conte’s men as they reached the quarter-final stage for the third consecutive European Championship.
Spain took Morata and Nolito but left out Torres and Diego Costa.— DJ Tohbahd™ (@DJTOHBAHD) June 27, 2016
And you people took them seriously. pic.twitter.com/5bf0EcskH8
When Diego Costa heard that his next coach dealt with his National team:Spain pic.twitter.com/4CMM0sOEmu— Apostle of Truth (@LadiSpeaks) June 27, 2016
Them say Serie A don die, A league that has produced 4 world cups and 1 Euro.— dada leye (@olaleyedada) June 27, 2016
We don flog Spain o! We flog them, won sare kaba-kaba!😅😅😅😅😅😅
The Spain era ended in 2014 when Xavi, X. Alonso & David Villa retired. Del Bosque just refused to start a new one. Should have been sacked.— A god named Slake (@Cerebrone) June 27, 2016
Goodbye Spain..., Try again next time..., I mean ... to qualify!— Wilfred Mong (@DsilentG) June 27, 2016
These Conte tweets just remind me of me some years ago when #LVG demolished Spain,Chile and all those teams at the WC but EPL was F9 😂😂😂— OnlyGodCanJudgeMe (@fabolous3d) June 27, 2016
RIP Spain: 2008-2012 ⚽️— Eric Gomez (@EricGomez86) June 27, 2016
"We passed it. A lot."