Italy won all five matches in Euro qualified-round

Italy continue to lead Group J with 15 absolute points after a 3-1 win in Armenia on 5/9.
Armenia starts better than the former World Cup champion. They went ahead from the 11th minute when the Karapetian hit the bottom right corner to beat goalkeeper Donnarumma.

Armenia usually plays well at home

Italy plays like a shadow compared to the peak time, but what makes the fans assured that they still own the players who can decide the match. Andrea Belotti was such a player when volleyed in the equalizer 1-1 in the 28th minute.
Besides experience, Italy also has “god of luck” support. When the first half came into extra time, Armenia lost its people due to the Karapetian elbow strike against Bonucci. From there, Italy took the initiative to determine victory.
Armenia possessed Mkhitaryan, but the star played faintly until the ball forced Barella to fall outside the penalty area in the 60th minute. From this situation, Varazdat Haroyan nearly scored with a cross on the crossbar.
Italy’s fans cheered as the game went into the 77th minute when Pellegrini headed high to increase the lead to 2-1 from Bonucci’s cross. Three minutes later, they were lucky again: Belotti kicked the ball and the ball bounced into the goalkeeper Aram Airapetyan and rolled into the goal.

Belotti plays an important role in the team

Thanks to the lucky match at Armenia, Italy has 15 absolute points from the first five matches. They are still three points ahead of the second-ranked Finnish team. On September 8, the Finland – Italy match could become the early final of Group J.
This table also includes Bosnia, Armenia, Greece, and Liechtenstein. In particular, Bosnia has only seven points and ranked third. If they continue to play as they are now, the two tickets to the final round are difficult to escape from Finland and Italy.