Italy has reached the European Championship final by beating Spain 4-2 in a penalty shootout after a 1-1 draw at Wembley stadium on Tuesday evening.
Despite Luis Enrique’s men made perfect start to the game, by dominating possession throughout the half-time, it was Italy, who taken the first broken the deadlock in the second half of the game after first 45 minutes ended goalless.
Federico Chiesa, who playing for Juventus, scoring amazing long-range effort to put the Italian side ahead of the Espanyol.
Spain, then, restored themselves as soon as possible, with Luis Enrique’s men scored equasile goal through Alvaro Morata.
The Juventus forward, scored a lovely cool finish after a good composure from Olmo.
Both parties are unable to broken deadlock again as the game headed into extra time before penalty shoot-out.
It was Italy, who taken first penalty through Manuel Locatelli, but his effort was save by Espanyol goalkeeper before Olmo missed it for Luis Enrique’s men.
Both parties continue delivered the goal through their respectively player until Alvaro Morata effort save by Gianluigi Donnarumma before Jorginho scored decisive penalty to send the Italian side to final stage of the competitions.