Italy challenges Spain this Tuesday in the first semi-final of Euro 2021 in London. A clash between two big names in continental football to follow live from Wembey on the TF1 and beIN Sports 1 channels from 9 p.m.
Two teams in reconstruction but two big names in European football. Italy and Spain face each other this Tuesday evening on the legendary Wembley lawn in the semi-finals of Euro 2021. A necessarily spectacular duel between two emblematic nations. For the fourth continental tournament in a row, La Roja and La Nazionale face off.
If the Iberian team leads two victories to one, the selection led by Roberto Mancini is probably the most exciting since the start of this Euro 2021. A dream shock, an iconic poster to follow live on television at 9 pm on the TF1 and beIN Sports 1 channels, as well as on the radio on RMC and live commentary on the RMC Sport website and app.
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Sarabia and Spinazzola injured for the shock
After having ‘avenged’ France and eliminated Switzerland, on penalties, La Roja attacked a very large piece. This Tuesday, the partners of Aymeric Laporte and Alvaro Morata will have a hard time facing an Italian team in full swing.
Problem, one of the players in form on the Spanish side, Pablo Sarabia is injured. It is therefore without the PSG winger that the group led by Luis Enrique will try to shake the impressive transalpine block.
After a perfectly mastered quarter-final against Belgium (2-1), Italy hopes to continue against Spain. Here again, a major package is to be deplored with the terrible injury of Leonardo Spinazzola.
Author of a dazzling Euro 2021, the left side injured his Achilles tendon and will be absent for several months. It is also for him that Squadra Azzurra wants to win this semi-final. At the end of the road, a possible final against Denmark or England, on Sunday July 11.
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The TV program of the semi-finals
Italy-Spain this Tuesday July 6 from 9 p.m. on TF1 and beIN Sports 1
England-Denmark this Wednesday July 7 from 9 p.m. on M6 and beIN Sports 1
On the radio, all Euro matches are live on RMC. Also visit the RMC Sport website and application for the live commentary of all Euro 2021 matches.