Switzerland v Italy, 05 September 2021

Score0-0
RefereeCarlos Del Cerro Grande
CompetitionFIFA World Cup Europe group C
VenueSt Jakob Park, Basel
Attendance31,500
Kick-off: 8.45pm local

0  Switzerland

Manager: Murat Yakin

0  Italy

Manager: Roberto Mancini

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Yann Sommer (captain)
Defender Manuel Akanji
Defender Nico Elvedi
Defender Silvan Widmer
Defender/Midfielder Fabian Frei
Defender/Midfielder Ricardo Rodríguez
Midfielder Michel Aebischer
Midfielder Djibril Sow
Midfielder Renato Steffen
Midfielder/Forward Steven Zuber

Starting lineup:

Defender Leonardo Bonucci
Defender Giorgio Chiellini (captain)
Defender Emerson
Midfielder Nicolò Barella
Midfielder Jorginho
Midfielder Manuel Locatelli
Forward Ciro Immobile
Forward Lorenzo Insigne

Substitutions:

Ulisses Garcia for Ricardo Rodríguez 63
Ruben Vargas for Steven Zuber 63
Denis Zakaria for Djibril Sow 63
Christian Fassnacht for Renato Steffen 71
Andi Zeqiri for Haris Seferović 85

Substitutions:

Federico Chiesa for Domenico Berardi 59
Nicolò Zaniolo for Ciro Immobile 59
Marco Verratti for Manuel Locatelli 77
Matteo Pessina for Nicolò Barella 90
Giacomo Raspadori for Lorenzo Insigne 90

Cards:

Djibril Sow 6 Y
Michel Aebischer 59 Y
Nico Elvedi 68 Y
Fabian Frei 87 Y

Cards:

Giorgio Chiellini 41 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Gregor Kobel
Goalkeeper Yvon Mvogo
Defender Ulisses Garcia
Defender Jordan Lotomba
Defender Fabian Schär
Defender Cédric Zesiger
Midfielder Christian Fassnacht
Midfielder Sandro Lauper
Midfielder Denis Zakaria
Midfielder/Forward Ruben Vargas
Forward Dan N'Doye
Forward Andi Zeqiri

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini
Goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu
Defender Davide Calabria
Defender Rafael Tolói
Midfielder Bryan Cristante
Midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini
Midfielder Matteo Pessina
Midfielder Marco Verratti
Midfielder Nicolò Zaniolo
Forward Federico Chiesa

Comments:

Italy had now equalled the all-time record of 36 consecutive 'A' international games without defeat set by Brazil from 1993 to 1996. The Azurri had now exceeded the European unbeaten record run held by Spain (35 games from 2007 to 2009).