Finland 1-2 Italy: Jorginho penalty puts Italy further clear in Group J

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Italy edged closer to qualifying because of Jorginho penalty for Euro 2020 secured success.
The winner was converted by chelsea midfielder Jorginho after the hand of Sauli Vaisanen struck.
In-form Norwich striker Teemu Pukki had attracted Finland degree by scoring from the place – his seventh goal in six matches in all competitions this season.
Italy, who took the lead through the header of Ciro Immobile, are nine points clear of Armenia.
They want four points from their remaining four games to guarantee a spot with matches from Greece and Lichtenstein, in Euro 2020 to come in October.
Immobile celebrated his razor – a header from Federico Chiesa’s cross – with an outpouring of emotion, having gone 10 looks without a goal because finding the net in a 1-0 win over Israel in September 2017.
The negative for Italy was that the premature lack of left-back Emerson by injury and he could be an uncertainty for Chelsea’s Premier League trip to Wolves on Saturday.
Finland have been in a solid position to secure their first-ever qualification with the top two from each group going through to next summer’s championship, and remain second three points over Armenia.
And in after being chased by Stefano Sensi Pukki, who obtained his own punishment, they have one of the most prolific strikers on current form of Europe, together with five out of their six qualifiers up to now and goals in four successive internationals.
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