23:32, November 17, 2018
The Italians were much stronger before the break, but the Portuguese had the best moments after. The draw was therefore effective. 34-year-old defender Giorgio Chiellini was happy in his 100th international fight for Italy, with only a partial success. The home team did not leave without a goal for the second time in their 30 home games.
The Italians worked at Giuseppe Meazza Stadium up to the motivated cups, letting the ball run dexterously and challenging the guests with their own half. In the fifth minute, the host was threatened with a double chance: goalkeeper Rui Patricio crossed a distant long shot, the Ciro Immobile farther from the gate.
The conclusion or part of the last pass was also in the episode the only weak points of the Italians, which besides this could convince playfully. Patrico was again in Immobile rank with a foot defense distinguished (35), a Bonucci header went just off (36). The Portuguese seemed to abandon the tie, without any chance.
After the break, the Italians' sovereignty was less, they could not bear the pace of the first half on the court. The opportunities were incomplete. Closer to a hit were the most courageous guests after the restart. Joao Mario threw it on (73rd) and goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma showed a great savings in a Carvalho ball (76s). That is another reason why the Italians have been unbeaten in Milan for the 46th time in a row. The last five games ended with a draw.
The Swedish national football team had the chance to win Group 2 in the B-League. The World Cup Quarterfinals won 1-0 on Saturday in Konya vs Turkey (0-0) and won second place on the table. The leader of Russia is three meters away. On Tuesday there will be a final in Solna for the top position and promotion in the highest performance class.
The Swedes have suffered a lot of victory as they had the first direct duel to Russian coach Stanislaw Chertschessow 0: 0. For Turkey, relegation to League C is sealed, Rapid Mert Müldür's defender and former Austrian Tarkan Serbest experienced the bitter defeat the bank's. Swedish champion Andreas Gragvist scored the only penalty shot (71).
The Turks set the tone before the break but were not effective in the final round. At the best chance, Hakan Calhanoglu missed Sweden's Robin Olsen from seven meters shortly before the break. In the second half the Swedes were more dangerous. The goal of opening was not necessarily surprising. Yokuslu Okay hit Marcus Berg in the beef box and Granqvist used the penalty shot with a shot at the corner.
In Group 1 of the C-League, Scotland celebrated a 4-0 victory in Albania. The Scots scored equal to Israeli coach Andrea Herzog. The decision to rise falls on Tuesday in a direct duel in Glasgow. Due to the 2-1 victory at the first direct meeting with the Scots, the Duke team has already won a point for promotion.
In Group 4, Serbia defended the first place with 2-1 victory at home from Montenegro's persecutors and neighbors. The only remaining competitor in the fight for team victory is Romania after a 3-0 victory against Lithuania. The Romanians have two meters less before the last round.