Italy v Lithuania, 08 September 2021

Score5-0 to Italy
RefereeCraig Pawson
CompetitionFIFA World Cup Europe group C
VenueStadio Città del Tricolore, Reggio Emilia
Attendance10,578
Kick-off: 8.45pm local

5  Italy

Manager: Roberto Mancini

0  Lithuania

Manager: Tomas Ražanauskas

Goals:

Moise Kean 11 G
Edgaras Utkus own goal 14 OG
Giacomo Raspadori 24 G
Moise Kean 29 G
Giovanni Di Lorenzo 54 G

Goals:

Starting lineup:

Defender Francesco Acerbi
Defender/Midfielder Cristiano Biraghi
Midfielder Bryan Cristante
Midfielder Jorginho (captain)
Midfielder Matteo Pessina
Midfielder/Forward Federico Bernardeschi
Forward Moise Kean

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Ernestas Setkus (captain)
Defender Vaidas Slavickas
Defender/Midfielder Justas Lasickas
Defender/Midfielder Edgaras Utkus
Midfielder Martynas Dapkus
Midfielder Donatas Kazlauskas
Midfielder Vykintas Slivka
Midfielder Ovidijus Verbickas
Midfielder/Forward Edgaras Dubickas

Substitutions:

Davide Calabria for Cristiano Biraghi 46
Salvatore Sirigu for Gianluigi Donnarumma 46
Gaetano Castrovilli for Jorginho 61
Gianluca Scamacca for Federico Bernardeschi 61
Domenico Berardi for Moise Kean 73

Substitutions:

Dominykas Barauskas for Vaidas Slavickas 46
Linas Mėgelaitis for Martynas Dapkus 46
Benas Satkus for Edgaras Utkus 46
Karolis Uzėla for Edgaras Dubickas 73
Artemijus Tutyškinas for Linas Klimavičius 83

Cards:

Cards:

Linas Klimavičius 71 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini
Goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu
Defender Leonardo Bonucci
Defender Davide Calabria
Defender Rafael Tolói
Defender/Midfielder Alessandro Florenzi
Midfielder Nicolò Barella
Midfielder Gaetano Castrovilli
Midfielder Manuel Locatelli
Midfielder/Forward Gianluca Scamacca

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Edvinas Gertmonas
Goalkeeper Titas Krapikas
Defender Vytas Gašpuitis
Defender Benas Satkus
Defender/Midfielder Artemijus Tutyškinas
Midfielder Linas Mėgelaitis
Midfielder Karolis Uzėla

Comments:

Italy had now become the first team to remain unbeaten in 37 consecutive 'A' international games (won 28). The previous record of 36 games was set by Brazil from 1993 to 1996.

Comments:

Lithuania named nine of a possible 12 substitutes.