Spain stops Italy’s record and qualifies for the Nations League final

Spain took revenge on its host, Italy, the European champion, and reached the final of the second edition of the European Nations League competition when it beat it 2-1 at the San Siro stadium in Milan in front of 37,000 spectators in the semi-finals. Ferran Torres (17 and 45 +2) scored Spain’s two goals, while substitute Lorenzo Pellegrini (83) scored the honorable goal for the hosts, who played with ten players since the 42nd minute, after their captain Leonardo Bonucci was sent off. World champion France will meet Belgium Thursday in Turin in the second semi-final match, while the final will be held on Sunday at the San Siro stadium, and the third-place match will be held at the Allianz Stadium in Turin.

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