il gol—goal. il guardalinee—linesman. il libero—sweeper. il palo (il palo della porta)—post (goalpost) il pallone—soccer ball. il parastinchi—shin guard. il passaggio diretto (della palla)—pass (passing the ball) il passaggio corto—short pass. il portiere—goalkeeper.
Goal in Italian is similar to the English word and is exactly the same as the Spanish – gol. Brazilian Portuguese In this clip, we hear another magnificent extended GOOOOOOOAL from a Brazilian commentator to celebrate a goal from Santos player Neymar against Flamengo.
Italy edge Belgium, finish third in Nations League. Nicolo Barella's thunderous strike and a penalty converted by Domenico Berardi proved enough to earn hosts Italy a 2-1 victory over Belgium.
More Italian words for goal. lo scopo noun. purpose, aim, object, end, view. la porta noun. door, port, gate, gateway. la meta noun.
Italy bested England in the final of the Euro 2020 soccer tournament Sunday in London. The winner was determined by a penalty-kick shootout after extra time that kept the score even at 1. Italy ...
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Italy's Matteo Pessina, left, celebrates after scoring his side's second goal during the Euro 2020 soccer championship round of 16 match between Italy and Austria at Wembley stadium in London in London, Saturday, June 26, 2021.
Italy’s Ciro Immobile rolled around on the field in apparent agony after a seemingly innocuous penalty box moment with Belgium’s Jan Vertonghen. But when Immobile’s teammate Nicolo Barella scored a goal to give Italy the lead just seconds later, he quickly jumped to his feet to celebrate.
LONDON (AP) — After 19 hours of flawless defending, Italy broke its own world record for not conceding a goal in international soccer. The streak ended a mere 25 minutes later. Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma played the bulk of the record 1,168 minutes, including three clean sheets in the group stage of the European Championship. Italy sets record for not conceding, then allows a goal.
He helped Italy set a world record for not conceding a goal in international soccer, playing the bulk of the 1,168 minutes. “We’re very fortunate to have Donnarumma,” Italy coach Roberto ...