Luis Magalhães – Record
Portugal and Italy next Saturday to play in another league of the League League A Group A and Lorenzo Insigne shows confidence in their choices. "It's hard, but not impossible, to reach the first place in the group," he said at a press conference. "We have been able to make Portugal a difficult position to play with Ukraine and Poland, and we have to give a big answer to our fans. If they win in the national team, the Italians will score seven points and beat the Fernando Santos team (currently six points) to the top of the tournament. In the four finals, they still have to wait until Portugal defeats Poland, scheduled for Tuesday, at 19.55 at Estadio D. Afonso Henriques in Guimaraes.
The Italian team returns to San Siro almost one year after one of the biggest frustrations of Italian football. On November 13, 2017, Italy and Sweden took second place in tournaments for access to the Russian World Championship. The game ended in an urgent draw, but the Swedes won 1-0 at home, which means they were separated from the Azzurri team. The final goal of the Napoli do not forget this game, although Italian coach Gian Piero Ventura did not use it at that time. "It was a bad episode, a terrible night, but I was not disappointed that I would stay on the bench, you [jornalista] is lying, there were songs, because we did not get a qualification, "he said.
A 27-year-old has even made his income self-assessment this year. "This is my best season, I never felt it," he said. So far he has reached 10 goals in 15 games – seven of the eleven league games and three in all four Champions League games, but Insigne has thought it will be very difficult to beat the Cristiano Ronaldo series A team. "Juventus is probably the most complete in Europe, but we will definitely try to worry it to the end," he said, relying on the current coach: "Ancelotti has given us a great deal of mentality, we see it in the champions. We were supposed to have Liverpool and Paris Saint -Germain will dominate the group, but the truth is that we are completely in the race for qualification. "