Italy made it. The Azzurri will defend their European title next year in Germany as a goalless stalemate against Ukraine in Leverkusen was enough for them to make it to Euro 2024. They ended second in Group C, six points adrift of England. Luciano Spalletti and his boys needed at least one point to avoid going through the playoff ordeal. They did not get the win tonight but not for lack of trying.
Football world's attention turns to Leverkusen's BayArena as Ukraine and Italy square off in a 'do or die' type of contest on Monday. Qualification for Euro 2024 is at stake as the two nations face each other in a nail-biting qualifying Group C's finale.
Monday is the day of reckoning as Ukraine and Italy go head-to-head at Leverkusen's BayArena in a crunch UEFA 2024 European Championship qualifier. Despite the expectations, Euro 2024 qualifying Group C has gone down to the wire, with the two nations set to trade tackles in a qualification six-pointer.
Luciano Spalletti oversaw his first win as the new Italy manager with a potentially crucial 2-1 home victory over Ukraine on Tuesday night. Gli Azzurri eked out a dramatic triumph at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza to significantly increase the likelihood of Euro 2024 qualification.
Ukraine coach Serhiy Rebrov believes his side have everything in their power to cause an upset to Italy in their UEFA European Championship qualifier at San Siro. The Blue and Yellow have never won against Italy in a competitive match, but Rebrov maintained the trust in his troops to register a positive result.
Giuseppe Meazza is the venue as Italy and Ukraine go head-to-head in Tuesday's pivotal Euro 2024 qualifying showdown. Let’s look at our match preview for this high-stakes contest.