The first half of the game ended in a goalless draw with spectacular gameplay from both teams. The first half saw Italy dominating the game but couldn't put the ball at the back of the net of the turkey side.
Turkey also had some good chances they couldn't convert them into goals.
In the 53rd minute of the second half, Merih Demiral scored the first goal which was an own goal that put Italy ahead of the game. Ciro Immobile put the ball in the net with an assist from the AS Roma midfielder Leonardo Spinazzola making it two for the gli Azzurri side.
Lorenzo Insigne scored the last goal with an assist from immobile making it three for Italy. In the 90th minute, Turkey had a good chance to score a goal but Chiellini denied them by clearing the ball to a corner.
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