Tuesday, November 28, 2023

    Euro 2020: Italy set a record against themselves for going 19 hours without scoring, then scoring a goal

    London. Italy broke their own record for the longest non-scoring spell in international cricket with 19 hours of excellent defensive play, but a goal was conceded against them after just 25 minutes. Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma has been on the pitch for a record 1168 minutes, including three Euro 2020 group stage matches in which he did not score.
    In the pre-quarter-finals on Saturday, Austria finally scored against the team in a 1-2 loss against Italy at Wembley Stadium. Austria impressed in extra time match. Sasa Kladzik scored for the team in the 114th minute.

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    The previous record for most goals allowed was also set by Italy between 1972 and 1974. Then Dino Zoff was the goalkeeper of the team. This record was 1,143 minutes and during this time Joff was on the field all the time. During the current record, Donnarumma has been on the field for 987 minutes while Salvatore Sirigu has 91, Alessio Cragno 63 and Alex Merrett 27 minutes.

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