Poland – Italy: Italy Steals Victory At The Death With A Clever Set-Piece Routine (0-1)

Poland tested Italy’s build-up with an interesting starting formation, determined to block off access to the center. Italy soon found a way around this, upon which Poland responded with an efficient formation change. This evened out the game but wasn’t enough to prevent Italy from snatching victory with an injury time winner.

With Portugal leading Group 3 of League A in the UEFA Nations League by a healthy four points, Italy manager Roberto Mancini picked a strong lineup to travel to the Silesian Stadium in Poland. He fielded a 4-3-3 formation with a fluid front . . .

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Om Arvind (20) is a massive Real Madrid fan who works as a Managing Editor for managingmadrid.com. When not watching and writing about his beloved Los Blancos and contributing to Between the Posts, he spends his time crafting video analyses for two youtube channels - his personal one and The School of Real Madrid - and Managing Madrid’s facebook page. He adores deep-lying playmakers, something that was molded by his time watching the likes of Xabi Alonso. [ View all posts ]

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