Italy put three past Bosnia-Herzegovina to make a new record of 10 straight wins

Coming into this evening’s clash against Bosnia, Italy had already qualified for Euro 2020 but needed this win to confirm their qualification, and to make a new record of 10 straight wins.

The Bosnia team was led by Arsenal’s Kolasinac, Pjanic and skipper Edin Dzeko whiles Roberto Mancini maintained a very strong side with the likes of Bonucci, Florenzi, Barella, Jorginho and Insigne starting against Bosnia-Herzegovina on Friday night at Bilino Polje.

A fine first half performance ensured that Italy were comfortably leading Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-0. Francesco Acerbi broke the deadlock for the Azzurri after smashing home from inside the box to give Italy a deserving 1-0 lead by the 21’ minute.

Lorenzo Insigne placed a low effort at the bottom corner to double Italy’s lead 16 minutes after Acerbi goal.

On the 52nd minute, Andrea Belotti made it 3-0 for Italy following his perfect run onto a through ball from midfield, his one-time strike went straight into the net.

Italy have already qualified for the 2020 Euros with a game in hand. Italy set a new record of 10 consecutive wins, a better of the one they did in 1938-39 under Vittorio Pozzo, where they won all 9 straight games.

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