Finland 1-2 Italy: Jorginho penalty puts Italy further clear in Group J

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Italy marginally closer to qualifying as a Jorginho penalty for Euro 2020 secured victory against Group J competitions Finland.
The winner was converted by chelsea midfielder Jorginho after the hand of Sauli Vaisanen struck.
Finland level had been brought by in-form Norwich striker Teemu Pukki by scoring in the place – his seventh goal in six games in all competitions this year.
Italy, who took the lead through Ciro Immobile’s header, are nine points clear from Armenia.
They want four points from their remaining four games to guarantee a spot together with games against Lichtenstein and Greece, at Euro 2020 to emerge in October.
Immobile celebrated his opener – a header from the cross of Federico Chiesa – having an outpouring of emotionhaving gone 10 international looks without a goal because finding the internet in a 1-0 triumph over Israel.
The main negative for Italy was left-back Emerson’s premature lack through trauma and he could be a doubt for Chelsea’s Premier League trip to Wolves on Saturday.
Finland remain next above Armenia, three points in Group J, and are in a powerful position to procure their first-ever qualification for a major championship, with the best two.
In after being chased by Stefano Sensi Pukki, who won his own punishment, they have among Europe’s most successful strikers on form, together with goals in four internationals and five out of their six qualifiers so far.
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