By Mitch Phillips
LONDON (Reuters) – Jorginho transformed the decisive spot kick as Italy beat Spain 4-2 on penalties after their Euro 2020 semi-final ended 1-1 after further time on Tuesday, incomes them a spot in Sunday’s ultimate in opposition to both England or Denmark.
Spain missed two of their spot-kicks, together with one by substitute Alvaro Morata, whose late equaliser had taken the sport into further time.
After a cagey first half Italy struck on the hour when a fast-paced break begun by goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma ended with the ball falling for Federico Chiesa, who reduce in from the left and curled in an outstanding end.
Spain levelled 10 minutes from time when Morata, dropped from the beginning workforce after a run of poor ending shows, performed a intelligent one-two with Dani Olmo to open up the Italian defence and calmly slot residence to take his workforce into further time for the third successive sport.
(Reporting by Mitch Phillips, modifying by Toby Davis)