Italy became the first team to reach the knockout stage of the European Championship with a 3-0 win over Switzerland. Manuel Locatelli scored twice and Ciro Immobile’s long-range drive squirmed under goalkeeper Yann Sommer. Italy have now gone 10 games without conceding in all competitions, a run approaching 1,000 minutes.
Titleholders France was tipped by numerous individuals as pre-competition top choices, however, Italy has displayed their qualifications as solid competitors with two eye-getting exhibitions.
By and by they set the rhythm before starting off with a stirring interpretation of the public song of praise, sung with energy by players and allies the same at the Stadio Olimpico.
Switzerland battled to adapt as the Azzurri amazingly stretched out their unbeaten hurry to 29 games, and their furious protection and heartless assaulting play in the last third seems as though it will accept some halting as this competition advances.
Prior to this title, Italy had never gotten three objectives in a game at the Euros yet Immobile’s work implies they have now accomplished the accomplishment twice in two games.
One flaw for the Italians accompanied a physical issue to chief Giorgio Chiellini, who had a short proximity finish precluded for handball presently before he was constrained off with a speculated hamstring issue.
Switzerland’s just possibility of note tumbled to substitute Steven Zuber, however his low shot from the point was agreeable for goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma to manage.
Italy can complete top of the gathering with a point against Wales on Sunday, which would set up a last-16 gathering against the sprinter up in Group C at Wembley Stadium on 26 June.