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Wales prepares for Euro clash as Gareth Bale and his team play against Italians in Rome

Italy has put Wales fans in the first half of misery by taking the lead in the final Euro 2020 group clash in Rome tonight.

Midfielder Matteo Pessina touched the bullying cross from Marco Verratti’s free kick, giving the Italians a narrow lead in the first half in a decisive group game.

Andrea Belotti Federico Chiesa had previously approached Italy, but Wales defender Chris Gunter barely headed from Daniel James’ cross.

Early Welsh players knelt down prior to the kick-off at Stadio Olimpico, but Italian players and referees remained standing.

It’s not surprising to see Welsh fans repacking pubs and bars and their allies taking over. Italy In their final Euro 2020 Group A match.

Both teams are at the top of the group and are bidding to secure space on the knockout stage.

Italy brought Wales fans the dire situation of the first half after taking the lead in the final clash of the Euro 2020 group in Rome tonight.

Midfielder Matteo Pessina touched a teasing cross from a free kick, giving the Italians a narrow lead in the first half in a decisive group game.

Midfielder Matteo Pessina touched a teasing cross from a free kick, giving the Italians a narrow lead in the first half in a decisive group game.

Wales is captained by Real Madrid ace Gareth Bale. He is currently on loan at the Premier League Tottenham Hotspur.Here he is portrayed against Wales tonight

Wales is captained by Real Madrid ace Gareth Bale. He is currently on loan at the Premier League Tottenham Hotspur.Here he is portrayed against Wales tonight

Welsh players knelt at the start of the match against Italy, but most Italian players stood-some knelt

Welsh players knelt at the start of the match against Italy, but most Italian players stood-some knelt

The Italians are currently scoring the maximum points with 6 points in the first two games and are trying to take first place by winning or losing against Wales.

However, the Dragons, captained by Real Madrid ace Gareth Bale, made a leap forward for their Italian opponents and were able to take the lead in the group for the first time in history.

However, the draw secured a spot in Wales second place and the knockout stage, maintaining a 100% record of escape from the group stage.

Wales’ 60-year history of tournament in the European Championship was the only opportunity to reach the semi-finals in the final match of 2016.

Wales fans have repacked their pubs and bars to see them face Italy in the final round of Euro 2020 Group A.

Wales fans have repacked their pubs and bars to see them face Italy in the final round of Euro 2020 Group A.

Stadio Olimpico in Rome hosts a match between Italy and Wales.Welsh fans filmed at the stadium

Stadio Olimpico in Rome hosts a match between Italy and Wales.Welsh fans filmed at the stadium

Wales fans watch UEFA EURO 2020 Group D match between Italy and Wales in Rome at 4 The Fans Fan Zone in London's Oval Space

Wales fans watch UEFA EURO 2020 Group D match between Italy and Wales in Rome at 4 The Fans Fan Zone in London’s Oval Space

Cardiff Wales fans ahead of the UEFA EURO 2020 Group A match between Italy and Wales

Cardiff Wales fans ahead of the UEFA EURO 2020 Group A match between Italy and Wales

Captained by Real Madrid ace Gareth Bale, the Dragons have made a leap forward in their Italian opponents and have been able to lead the group for the first time in history.

However, the draw secures a spot in Wales second place and knockout stage-keeping a 100% record of escape from the group stage.

Captained by Real Madrid ace Gareth Bale, the Dragons have made a leap forward in their Italian opponents and were able to lead the group for the first time in history.However, the draw secures a spot in Wales second place and knockout stage-keeping a 100% record of escape from the group stage.

Wales entered the European Championship in the last match of 2016 and was the only time to reach the semi-finals.

Wales entered the European Championship in the last match of 2016 and was the only time to reach the semi-finals.

Wales supporters cheer during the UEFA EURO 2020 Group A football match between Italy and Wales at the Olympic Stadium in Rome

Wales supporters cheer during the UEFA EURO 2020 Group A football match between Italy and Wales at the Olympic Stadium in Rome

“I told the youth, we don’t want to drag across the line, we want to qualify in style and go where we deserve, it’s the top two in my opinion is.”

Gareth Bale added that the team had “finished their homework” and said they would be happy to be penalized if asked to step up again.

At a press conference prior to tonight’s match yesterday, Wales manager Rob Page said:

“If you don’t want to finish the top, you want to finish second.

Fans will meet in Rome, Italy on June 20, 2021 between Italy and Wales.Wales Last Group A Game

Fans will meet in Rome, Italy on June 20, 2021 between Italy and Wales.Wales Last Group A Game

Welsh fans in the 4 The Fans fan zone in London's oval space

Welsh fans in the 4 The Fans fan zone in London’s oval space

Fully kitted fans are enjoying beer before the match begins on Sunday night at Stadio Olimpico in Rome

Fully kitted fans are enjoying beer before the match begins on Sunday night at Stadio Olimpico in Rome

Welsh fans are ahead of the UEFA EURO 2020 Group A match at Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

Welsh fans are ahead of the UEFA EURO 2020 Group A match at Stadio Olimpico in Rome.

Wales fans in the 4The Fans fan zone in London's oval space ahead of Sunday night against Italy

Wales fans in the 4The Fans fan zone in London’s oval space ahead of Sunday night against Italy

Fans on both sides will meet at Euro2020, Italy vs. Rome, Wales.

Fans on both sides will meet at Euro2020, Italy vs. Rome, Wales.

Welsh fans pose on the stand before the match at Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy

Welsh fans pose on the stand before the match at Stadio Olimpico in Rome, Italy

Cardiff Wales fans ahead of the UEFA EURO 2020 Group A match between Italy and Wales

Cardiff Wales fans ahead of the UEFA EURO 2020 Group A match between Italy and Wales

The Welsh team has started XI: Ward, Connor Roberts, Gunter, Rodon, Ampadu, Neco Williams, Morel, Allen, Ramsey, Veil, James.

Italy has started XI: Donnarma, Troy, Bonucci, Bastoni, Emerson Palmieri, Verratti, Giorginho, Pessina, Bernardeschi, Belotti, Chiesa.

Wales prepares for Euro clash as Gareth Bale and his team play against Italians in Rome

SourceWales prepares for Euro clash as Gareth Bale and his team play against Italians in Rome

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