Italy proves that they are still a force to be reckoned with in this Euro 2016 after grabbing all three points against Belgium on Monday night.
Gli Azzurri might not force themselves to control possession, but Antonio Conte’s men were able to show strong tactical display, creating more dangerous opportunities while denying their opponent much openings.
Italy got themselves in front on 32 minutes through Emanuele Giaccherini’s fine finish, after he spurn the offside trap attempt from Belgium players.
Marc Wilmots’ men were struggling to break down Italy’s defense and practically wasted every little clear cut chances they had.
Azzurri finally sealed their victory in stoppage time after a swift counter attacking display was finished off by an excellent volley goal from Graziano Pelle, much to the joy of Italian players.