Hungary vs Italy Player Ratings: Azzurri Book Semi-Final Spot

At the Puskas Arena in Budapest, Hungary hosted Italy in the decisive final round of the UEFA Nations League A Nations League group stage. The hosts only needed a draw to maintain top spot in a group that also included Germany and England. However, the Azure They booked their place in the semi-finals of the tournament with a 2-0 victory thanks to Giacomo Raspadori and Federico DiMarco. So here are our player ratings for the Italy stars after their strong performance in Hungary.

Italy (3-5-2)

Gianluigi Donnarumma – 7

The Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper once again proved why he is considered among the best goalkeepers in the world. He made a series of exceptional saves, including one where he passed his own goal. However, his decision-making and ill-advised exits still had his Achilles heel, but he was fortunate not to punish them for it on this occasion.

Raphael Tloy – 6.5

A solid if not amazing screen from From. Bonucci helped maintain a solid defense and made few mistakes.

Leonardo Bonucci – 6.5

The captain of Italy managed to reduce the threat of giant Adam Szalay, who was playing in Hungary. He remains a vital part of the national team.

Francesco Accra – 6

The new Inter defender had a good run, but secured a reservation for a needless challenge on Loic Nego late in the first half that cemented his first-half exit.

Giovanni Di Lorenzo – 7

A great show from the captain of Naples who became one of the pillars of Italy Mancini. He rushed forward from start to finish, while also creating a crucial block to keep his team clean.

Nicolo Barilla – 7

The Inter midfielder ran all over the field for 90 minutes and then more. He instigated the second goal with a clever pass to Cristianti.

Jorge – 5.5

The Chelsea veteran isn’t at his best at the moment, and that’s shown once again. A hard work show, but it lacks the well-known touch of quality.

Brian Cristante – 7

A wonderful walk from the man of Rome who is important to Azure It thrives with every new outing. He provided a great assist to Dimarco’s goal, and dominated the middle of the park.

Federico DiMarco – 7.5

What a great show from Nerazzurri the ward! Just a thorn in the back of the Hungarians. He lunged forward on countless occasions while raining shots and crosses all over the opponent’s penalty area. Deciding the victory with a perfect goal.

Wilfried Genonto – 6.5

Teenage sensation became a regular start for Italy at the age of 18, and he deserves it. He pounced on a poor back pass to steal the ball that culminated in Rasbadori’s victory. He came close to recording himself.

Giacomo Raspadori – 7

The Napoli striker scored his second goal in three days to open his team’s way to the semi-finals. It was a relatively easy ending, but his performance was generally lively.

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Alessandro Bastoni – 6

He replaced young defender Acerbi right after the break, and was fortunate to slip him away with a slight but dangerous push on Martin Adam’s back inside his penalty area.

Manolo Gabbiadini – 5.5

The Sampdoria striker entered the field at a time when Italy was no longer pursuing additional goals, so he spent his cameo chasing Hungarian plays.

Gianluca Scamaca – 5.5

The hammer thrower didn’t see much of the ball. He could have pounced on the rebound to score the third goal but his shot hit the side net.

Tommaso Bubiga – 6

The Rossoneri The man entered the field to do the dirty work in the garden and did not add more than was required.

Pascual Mazucci – N / A

Roberto Mancini, the Salernitana winger, made his Italy debut in the last minutes of the match.

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