Ivory Coast legend Yaya Toure has praised Italian coach Roberto Mancini’s team on his social media account for helping Spain beat the team of the past and winning the Euro 2020 final.
Juventus forward Federico Chisa’s goal in the 60th minute gave Azure the lead but 10 minutes later, Alvaro Murata leveled the score to make it 1-1 in regulation time. The 2006 World Cup champions won the shootout 4-2.
Italy’s unbeaten run is now in 33 matches after beating Spain and they will face either Denmark or England in the final at Wembley on Sunday.
The former Manchester City midfielder did not hesitate to congratulate his former manager on his latest achievement.
Toure tweeted, “Oooh Mansini! Oooh, Mansini! 33 games unbeatable, incredible, just incredible! I love you my coach Roberto Mansini.”
On Friday night, Azori won the last four with a great 2-1 victory over Belgium in a game full of opportunities.
Niccolo Barella and Lorenzo Insigni arrived on the score sheet for Italy, both of whom were doing their best to lead their team to a 2-0 lead, but Romulo Lukaku trailed a penalty just before the break. Pulled out
The Red Devils then went on to find equality in the second half, with Lukaku moving closer, but his attempt was stopped by Leonardo Spaniarda on the line. The Italian defense then used all their experience to stay steadfast and win.
“Do you all enjoy the game? Well, I have a lot!” Tour, who used to play strategy among the citizens, posted on social media.
“Congratulations to Roberto Mansini on reaching the semi-finals with five straight wins! What an amazing manager this is, which made Italy one of the contenders to win Euro 2020! Mansini, what a man, what a coach!”