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Italy draw with Ukraine to clinch Euro 2024 place

Davide Frattesi is denied by Ukraine's goalkeeper Anatolii Trubin

Reigning European champions Italy secured the point they required against Ukraine to qualify for Euro 2024 as Group C runners-up behind England.

A 2-1 win in the reverse fixture meant Italy only had to avoid defeat against Ukraine, with whom they began this crucial encounter level on points.

A frantic match in Leverkusen, Germany ended goalless to confirm the Azzurri’s place in next summer’s finals.

Third-placed Ukraine’s qualification hopes rest on the play-offs in March.

More to follow.



Formation 4-1-4-1

  • 12Trubin
  • 2KonoplyaBooked at 79minsSubstituted forTymchykat 86′minutes
  • 13Zabarnyi
  • 4SvatokSubstituted forMalinovskyiat 90+1′minutes
  • 16Mykolenko
  • 6StepanenkoSubstituted forPikhalyonokat 80′minutes
  • 15TsygankovSubstituted forZubkovat 80′minutes
  • 7Sudakov
  • 17ZinchenkoSubstituted forSikanat 86′minutes
  • 10Mudryk
  • 11Dovbyk


  • 1Bushchan
  • 3Bondar
  • 5Sydorchuk
  • 8Malinovskyi
  • 9Yaremchuk
  • 14Sikan
  • 18Pikhalyonok
  • 19Tymchyk
  • 20Zubkov
  • 21Dubinchak
  • 22Matvienko
  • 23Riznyk


Formation 4-3-3

  • 1G Donnarumma
  • 2Di Lorenzo
  • 15Acerbi
  • 6BuongiornoBooked at 7mins
  • 3Dimarco
  • 17Frattesi
  • 8JorginhoSubstituted forCristanteat 71′minutes
  • 18Barella
  • 20ZanioloSubstituted forPolitanoat 71′minutesSubstituted forDarmianat 90+2′minutes
  • 10RaspadoriSubstituted forScamaccaat 45′minutes
  • 14ChiesaSubstituted forKeanat 81′minutes


  • 4Gatti
  • 5Biraghi
  • 7Bonaventura
  • 9Scamacca
  • 11Kean
  • 12Provedel
  • 13Darmian
  • 16Cristante
  • 19Politano
  • 21Vicario
  • 22El Shaarawy
  • 23Mancini

Jesús Gil Manzano

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Match ends, Ukraine 0, Italy 0.

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