The Italian team will beat Wales, complete their impeccable team stage at the Roman Olympics, advance to the knockout stages of the Eurocup, advance to Wembley and play against Group C Group II.
A goal from Matteo Pescina in the 41st minute was enough for Roberto Mancini’s men to score their eleventh consecutive win without conceding a goal, equalizing the record of losing games with 30, in the last 30 years of Italy’s century.
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Despite the defeat, Wales finished second in Group A, while Roberto Mancini’s side face second-placed Group C without conceding their eleventh victory, while Wales play second in Group B, one between Austria and Ukraine, and Belgium, Russia, Denmark and Finland.
For its part, Switzerland still have a chance to advance to the third best spot in the Eurocup, waiting only for the combinations to give it a pass.
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