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Giacomo RASPADORI

Italian footballer

Giacomo RASPADORI - Italian footballer - 2022 Finalissima in London.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 01 June 2022

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    • POSITION
      Forward.
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Friday, 18 February 2000
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Bentivoglio, Italy.
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Giacomo RASPADORI - Italian footballer - 2022 Finalissima in London.

 

2022 Finalissima.

CONMEBOL–UEFA Cup of Champions

 

Argentina (3) v (0) Italy. (L. Martínez 28m, Di María 45+1m, Dybala 90+4m)

Wembley Stadium, London, England. Wednesday June 2nd 2022. Attendance 87,112.


Italy:

21. Gianluigi Donnarumma (GK), 3. Giorgio Chiellini ** (C) (6. Manuel Lazzari 45 min),

19. Leonardo Bonucci, 13. Emerson (23. Alessandro Bastoni 77 min), 2. Giovanni Di Lorenzo,

  8. Jorginho, 18. Nicolò Barella, 12. Matteo Pessina (4. Leonardo Spinazzola 62 min),

  9. Andrea Belotti (17. Gianluca Scamacca 45 min), 22. Giacomo Raspadori,

10. Federico Bernardeschi (5. Manuel Locatelli 45 min).

** 117th and final appearance for Italy.

Argentina:

23. Emiliano Martínez (GK), 19. Nicolás Otamendi, 13. Cristian Romero (6. Germán Pezzella 85 min)

 3. Nicolás Tagliafico, 4. Nahuel Molina, 10. Lionel Messi (C), 18. Guido Rodríguez,

 7. Rodrigo De Paul (14. Exequiel Palacios 76 min), 22. Lautaro Martínez (9. Julián Álvarez  85 min)

20. Giovani Lo Celso (21. Paulo Dybala 90+1 min), 11. Ángel Di María (15. Nicolás González 90+1 min).

 

Man of the Match Lionel Messi (his 161st game for Argentina) Argentina had 55% possession,

with 9 shots on target to Italy's 3.

It was Argentina's second CONMEBOL–UEFA Cup of Champions title.

They also won in 1993.   France won the Cup in 1985. It was then known as the Artemio Franchi Cup.

 

Italy qualified for the match by winning UEFA Euro 2020 (held in 2021), after

beating England on penalties in the final, their second UEFA European Championship title.


Argentina qualified by winning the 2021 Copa América, defeating Brazil 1–0 in the final

for a record-equalling 15th Copa América title.