Italy thinks of Spain: the precedents. At San Siro the knockout has been missing for 93 years

There are 38 matches between Italy and Spain: 11 victories for Italy, 16 draws, 11 Spanish victories (44 to 41 goals scored). In the calculation of the precedents in Italy, Azzurri lead 5/2 with 8 draws, while the away balance is negative (6/1 for the Iberians). It will be the 58th match of Italy in Milan, hometown of the national team (here on May 15, 1910, at the Arena Civica, he made his debut by winning 6-2 over France) and of the legendary Azzurro (in 1911 against Hungary, the first blue jersey with the Savoy shield sewn on the chest after the first outings in the white jersey). In Milan, Italy has not lost for 93 years and is unbeaten in the 28 matches played at the San Siro Stadium then “Meazza”, where however in the last 5 outings it has collected 5 draws, including the one with Sweden which cost qualification for the 2018 World Cup The fasting from victories at the Meazza has been going on for 9 years now: the last victory dates back to 16 October 2012, 3-1 against Denmark (goals from Montolivo, De Rossi and Balotelli). Italy-Spain in Milan has already been played 3 times: 2 draws (1924 and 1980) and an Italian victory (4-0, in 1942).

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Italy thinks Spain precedents San Siro knockout missing years

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