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Jul 8, 2022 — It will be broadcast live on BBC Two from 16:45 (BST). The match will also be streamed live on BBC iPlayer.
GOAL! Spain 1-0 Norway (Rodrigo 17)The pressure finally counts! Jordi Alba bursts down the inside-left channel and reaches the byline. He scoops into the centre, where Rodrigo can’t miss: he bashes home from six yards, and the three-time champions have got their bid for a fourth European title underway. Rodrigo and Jordi Alba celebrate Spain’s opener. Photograph: José Jordan/AFP/Getty ImagesMeanwhile Spain continue to press Norway back.
Spain should have been leading by more than Rodrigo’s early opener when Norway won a penalty and equalised through Joshua King. But the Spanish soon had a spot kick of their own, and Sergio Ramos dinked it home like it was 1976. FULL TIME: Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-1 ArmeniaTold you. Henrikh Mkhitaryan halved Armenia’s deficit in injury time, but Rade Krunic and Deni Milosevic’s goals secured the three points for Bosnia-Herzegovina. GOAL! Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-1 Armenia (Mkhitaryan 90 pen)A late consolation from 12 yards for the Armenians in Sarajevo. But it won’t be enough. Too little, too late.
Spain vs Finland on TV: How to watch and live stream Women's Euro 2022The Women’s Euro 2022 continues action continues today with four teams in action as Group B gets underway. Having seen England overcome Austria in the opening game of the tournament on Wednesday, Norway went on to open their account with an impressive 4-1 win over Northern Ireland on Thursday. Now it’s the turn of the ‘group of death’. Group B features three of the tournament’s heavyweights, with Spain, Germany and Denmark vying for the two spots in the quarter-finals alongside Finland. And we could get a better picture of who will go through later today. ALSO READ: Women's Euro 2022 fixtures and schedule: Every match and kick-off time Spain take on Finland in Milton Keynes in the opening game of the day in Milton Keynes.
Some pretty passing. Then the ball’s teed up for Tim Sparv, just to the right of the D. He snatches at his shot, sending it sailing wide of the left-hand post. Gianluigi Donnarumma had it covered all the way. GOAL! Italy 1-0 Finland (Barella 7)Nicolo Barella wins a free kick out on the left. The set piece is flung into the mixer.
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Jesus Navas dribbles with great purpose down the right and whips a glorious ball, dripping with danger, across the face of goal. At the far post, Morata can’t connect. Italy look refreshed. Good. International football needs a strong Italy. Without them, there was something strange about that last World Cup, wasn’t there? Good as it was. Just not quite right. Moise Kean skedaddles down the left, reaches the byline, and whips a ball across the face of the Finnish goal. Cristiano Piccini, coming in at the far post, can only volley wide on the stretch. Finland respond impressively, working their way down the right wing.
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Italy are very much on the front foot during the early stages of their match with Finland. Federico Bernardeschi, who had such a good game for Juventus against Atletico Madrid the other week, has already got the crowd going with a couple of fine runs down the inside-right channel. But Lukas Hradecky hasn’t had a save to make yet in the Finnish goal. All of the teams are out, so we’ll be off in a minute. Time for the national anthems, currently being performed concurrently in quadraphonic sound across Europe. Young scene.
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He enters the area and makes to diddle his way past Vaisanen. He goes over, the defender refusing to give way, turning and sticking his rear out to shove the attacker off balance. That’s a penalty all day long, but the referee’s not interested. That’s the second time Vaisanen has got away with a dismal challenge in the box. Kean looks nonplussed at the non-decision, and no wonder. GOAL! Italy 2-0 Finland (Kean 74)Kean realises all that potential in double-quick time! Immobile cuts in from the right.
Martin Ødegaard was signed by Real Madrid as a 16-year-old in 2015. He’s currently on loan at Vitesse in the Netherlands, so his first competitive start for Norway in four years is timed perfectly. All of Spain will be watching. Meanwhile Italy have handed the 18-year-old Juve prodigy Moise Kean his first competitive start in the blue shirt of his country.
It’s half cleared by the Finns, and drops to the very same Barella, who hits a low first-time screamer from the edge of the box. The ball’s heading towards the bottom left, until it takes a massive deflection and nestles into the bottom right, past a rooted, wrong-footed Lukas Hradecky. Italy have had terrible trouble scoring goals in the last couple of years, so an early one tonight comes as blessed relief! They celebrate accordingly. Nicolo Barella is chased by his teammates after scoring for Italy. Photograph: Maurizio Lagana/Getty ImagesSpain have also come out of the traps with intent to fly. Alvaro Morata, who didn’t have a good game for Atletico Madrid against Juventus the other week, plants a header straight at Norway keeper Rune Jarstein. Plenty of power, but it was such a good chance, he really should have scored.
Real Madrid loanee Martin Odegaard won’t get a chance to wow his paymasters on his return to Spain. He’s just been hooked. Back off to Vitesse in a hot funk. End-to-end fun in Valencia. Morata scampers down the inside right only to be denied by Jarstein; Joshua King tears down the left but can’t find a fellow Norwegian in the middle. That was a scintillating run by the Bournemouth star; shame there was no end product. Italy continue to step it up a bit. Jorginho and Immobile play a crisp one-two down the inside-left channel. The striker can’t get a shot away because Hrdecky is quickly off his line to smother. Then Kean zips down the right, in acres, and should do better than simply earning a corner off the first man.
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