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While questioning Totti's sending off by Moreno, Blatter refused to blame Italy's loss entirely on the referees, stating: "Italy's elimination is not only down to referees and linesmen who made human not premeditated errors Italy made mistakes both in defense and in attack.
A three-way five point tie in the group stage of the European Championship left Italy as the "odd man out", as they failed to qualify for the quarter finals after finishing behind Denmark and Sweden on the basis of number of goals scored in matches among the tied teams.
Italy's winning goal scored during stoppage time giving them a 2—1 victory over Bulgaria by Antonio Cassano proved futile, ending the team's tournament.
Italy won their opening game against Ghana 2—0, with goals from Andrea Pirlo 40th minute and substitute Vincenzo Iaquinta 83rd minute.
The second match was a less convincing 1—1 draw with United States , with Alberto Gilardino 's diving header equalized by a Cristian Zaccardo own goal.
The same happened at the other end when U. De Rossi was suspended for four matches for elbowing McBride in the face and only returned for the final match.
Italy finished first in Group E with a 2—0 win against the Czech Republic, with goals from defender Marco Materazzi 26th minute and striker Filippo Inzaghi 87th minute , advancing to the Round of 16 in the knockout stages , where they faced Australia.
In this match, Materazzi was controversially sent off early in the second half 53rd minute after an attempted two-footed tackle on Australian midfielder Marco Bresciano.
In stoppage time a controversial penalty kick was awarded to the Azzurri when referee Luis Medina Cantalejo ruled that Lucas Neill fouled Fabio Grosso.
Francesco Totti converted into the upper corner of the goal past Mark Schwarzer for a 1—0 win. In the quarter-finals, Italy beat Ukraine 3—0.
Gianluca Zambrotta opened the scoring early in the sixth minute with a left-footed shot from outside the penalty area after a quick exchange with Totti created enough space.
Luca Toni added two more goals in the second half 59th and 69th minute , as Ukraine pressed forward but were not able to score, hitting the crossbar and requiring several saves from Gianluigi Buffon and a goal-line clearance from Zambrotta.
Afterwards, manager Marcello Lippi dedicated the victory to former Italian international Gianluca Pessotto , who was in the hospital recovering from an apparent suicide attempt.
In the semi-finals, Italy beat hosts Germany 2—0 with the two goals coming in the last two minutes of extra time.
After a back-and-forth half-hour of extra time during which Alberto Gilardino and Gianluca Zambrotta struck the post and the crossbar respectively, Fabio Grosso scored in the th minute after a disguised Andrea Pirlo pass found him open in the penalty area for a bending left-footed shot into the far corner past German goalkeeper Jens Lehmann 's dive.
Substitute striker Alessandro Del Piero then sealed the victory by scoring with the last kick of the game at the end of a swift counterattack by Cannavaro, Totti and Gilardino.
The Azzurri won their fourth World Cup, defeating their long-time rivals France in Berlin , on 9 July, 5—3 on penalty kicks after a 1—1 draw at the end of extra time in the final.
French captain Zinedine Zidane opened the scoring in the seventh minute with a chipped penalty kick, awarded for a controversial foul by Materazzi on Florent Malouda.
Twelve minutes later, a header by Materazzi from a corner kick by Pirlo brought Italy even. In the second half, a potential winning goal by Toni was disallowed for a very close offside call by linesman Luc La Rossa.
In the th minute, Zidane playing in the last match of his career was sent off by referee Horacio Elizondo for headbutting Materazzi in the chest after a verbal exchange;  Italy then won the penalty shootout 5—3, with the winner scored by Grosso; the crucial penalty miss from the French being David Trezeguet 's, the same player who scored the golden goal for France in the Euro Trezeguet's attempt hit the crossbar, then shot down after its impact, and just stayed ahead of the line.
Ten different players scored for Italy in the tournament, and five goals out of twelve were scored by substitutes, while four goals were scored by defenders.
Marcello Lippi, who had announced his resignation three days after the World Cup triumph, was replaced by Roberto Donadoni as the new coach of the Azzurri.
Italy won the group, with France being the runner-up. This was the second time in the Azzurri' s history that it had been ranked in first place, the first time being in ; they would also be ranked first several times throughout , also in April—June and September.
In Euro , the Azzurri lost 3—0 to the Netherlands. The following game against Romania ended 1—1, with a goal by Christian Panucci that came only one minute after Romania's Adrian Mutu capitalized on a mistake by Gianluca Zambrotta to give Romania the lead.
Andrea Pirlo scored from the penalty spot after a foul and red card for France defender Eric Abidal , and later a free kick by Daniele De Rossi took a deflection resulting Italy's second goal.
Romania, entering the day a point ahead of the Italians in Group C, lost to the Netherlands 2—0, allowing Italy to pass into the quarter finals against eventual champions Spain, where they lost 2—4 on penalties after a 0—0 draw after minutes.
Within a week after the game, Roberto Donadoni's contract was terminated and Marcello Lippi was rehired as coach. They won their opening match of the tournament by a score of 3—1 against the United States, but subsequent defeats to Egypt 0—1 and Brazil 0—3 meant that they only finished third in the group on goals scored, and were eliminated.
In October , they achieved qualification after drawing with the Republic of Ireland 2—2. At the World Cup in South Africa, reigning champions Italy were unexpectedly eliminated in the first round , finishing last place in their group.
After being held to 1—1 draws by Paraguay and New Zealand , they suffered a 3—2 loss to Slovakia. Marcello Lippi stepped down after Italy's World Cup campaign and was replaced by Cesare Prandelli , although Lippi's successor had already been announced before the tournament.
In the next Euro qualifier, Italy dominated the Faroe Islands 5—0. Italy then tied 0—0 with Northern Ireland.
Five days later, Italy played Serbia ; however, Serbian fans in Stadio Luigi Ferraris began to riot, throwing flares and shooting fireworks onto the pitch, subsequently causing the abandonment of the game.
In March , Italy won 1—0 over Slovenia to again secure its spot at the top of the qualification table. They then defeated Ukraine 2—0 in a friendly, despite being reduced to ten men for the late stages of the match.
With their 3—0 defeat of Estonia in another Euro qualifier, Prandelli's Italy secured the table lead and also achieved 9 undefeated games in a row since their initial debacle.
At the beginning of the second season under coach Prandelli, on 10 August , Italy defeated the reigning world champions Spain for 2—1 in a friendly match played in Bari 's Stadio San Nicola , but lost in a friendly to the United States, 1—0, on home soil on 29 February Italy started their Euro campaign with a 1—1 draw to current reigning European and World champions Spain.
In the following match, they draw 1—1 against Croatia. They finished second in their group behind Spain by beating the Republic of Ireland 2—0, which earned them a quarter-final match against the winners of group D, England.
After a mostly one-sided affair in which Italy failed to take their chances, they managed to beat England on penalty kicks, even though they were down early in the shootout.
A save by goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon put them ahead after a chip shot from Andrea Pirlo. Prandelli's side won the shootout 4—2. In their next game, the first semi-final of the competition, they faced Germany team who were tipped by many to be the next European champions.
In the final , however, they were unable to repeat their earlier performance against Spain, falling 4—0 to lose the championship.
Prandelli's men were further undone by the string of injuries which left them playing with ten men for the last half-hour, as substitute Thiago Motta was forced to go off after all three substitutions had been made.
After beating Mexico 2—1 and Japan 4—3, Italy eventually lost their final group game against tournament hosts Brazil 4—2. Italy then faced Spain in the semi-finals, in a rematch of the Euro final.
Italy lost 7—6 0—0 after extra time in a penalty shoot-out after Leonardo Bonucci failed to score his kick. They won the qualifying group without losing a match.
Despite this successful run they were not seeded in pot 1 for the final seeding. In its first match, Italy defeated England 2—1.
However, in the second group stage match, underdogs Costa Rica beat the Italians 1—0. This marked Italy's second consecutive failure to reach the round of 16 at the World Cup finals.
Shortly after this loss, coach Cesare Prandelli resigned. Conte's debut as manager was against World Cup semi-finalists the Netherlands, in which Italy won 2—0.
Italy's first defeat under Conte came ten games in to his empowerment from a 1—0 international friendly loss against Portugal on 16 June On 4 April , it was announced that Antonio Conte would step down as Italy coach after Euro to become head coach of English club Chelsea at the start of the —17 Premier League season.
Mesut Özil opened the scoring in the 65th minute for Germany, before Leonardo Bonucci converted a penalty in the 78th minute for Italy.
The score remained 1—1 after extra time and Germany beat Italy 6—5 in the ensuing penalty shoot-out. It was the first time Germany overcame Italy in a major tournament, however, since the win occurred on penalties, it is statistically considered a draw.
After Italy won all of their qualifying matches except for a 1—1 draw at home to Macedonia , as well as a 1—1 draw with Spain at home on 6 October , and a 3—0 loss away to Spain on 2 September , Italy finished in Group G in second place, five points behind Spain.
The first shirt worn by the Italy national team, in its debut against France on 15 May , was white. The choice of colour was due to the fact that a decision about the appearance of the kit had not yet been made, so it was decided not to have a colour, which was why white was chosen.
In the s, Italy wore a black kit, ordered by the fascist regime of Benito Mussolini. After World War II, the fascist regime fell and the monarchy was abolished in The same year saw the birth of the Italian Republic , and the blue-and-white kit was reinstated.
The cross of the former Royal House of Savoy was removed from the flag of Italy , and consequently from the national team's badge, now consisting solely of the Tricolore.
In , to celebrate the victory at the World Cup of the previous year, three gold stars replaced the word "ITALIA" above the tricolour, representing their three World Cup victories until that point.
The first known kit manufacturer was Adidas in Since , the kit has been made by Puma. For the all-time record, see Italy national football team all-time record.
Current technical staff: . Giulio Nuciari Fausto Salsano. During the earliest days of Italian nation football, it was common for a Technical Commission to be appointed.
The Commission took the role that a standard coach would currently play. Ever since , the national team has been controlled only by the coach.
For this reason, the coach of the Italy national team is still called Technical Commissioner Commissario tecnico or CT , the use of this denomination has since then expanded into other team sports in Italy.
Caps and goals updated as of 18 November , after the match against Bosnia and Herzegovina. The following footballers have been selected in the past 12 months and are still eligible to represent.
As of 14 October , the players with the most appearances for Italy are: . As of 14 October , the players with the most goals for Italy are: .
List of captaincy periods of the various captains throughout the years. For head to head records against other countries, see Italy national football team head to head.
As of 18 November , the complete official match record of the Italian national team comprises matches : wins, draws and losses.
Italy's highest winning margin is nine goals, which has been achieved against the United States in 9—0. Their longest winning streak is 11 wins,  and their unbeaten record is 30 consecutive official matches.
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