Osvaldo on target as Azzurri remain unbeaten.
All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Italy as the Azzurri take their revenge against Denmark on Friday night.
Image courtesy of La Gazzetta dello Sport.
– Denmark 2-2 Italy; Osvaldo’s revenge. The ex-Roma striker hits back at the critics who called him immature and is delighted to score against Denmark after the famous Euro 2004 result.
– Azzurri top, unbeaten and almost certainly top seeds at the World Cup.
– Germany, Belgium and Switzerland qualify, England and Russia nearly.
– AC Milan, the San Siro will be re-opened against Udinese. Court suspends the ban to gather more information.
– Roma defender Mehdi Benatia described as the wall, while Napoli midfielder Marek Hamsik labelled the idol.
– If Paul Pogba does leave Juventus, Juve are reportedly set to target Marco Verratti or Radja Nainggolan.
– Ruthless Italy take revenge! Denmark caught at the 91st minute and almost eliminated.
– Osvaldo and Alberto Aquilani 2-2, punishing the authors of the 2004 ‘biscotto‘ – the infamous draw with Sweden in the group stages of Euro 2004 which eliminated the Italians.
– Germany at the World Cup with Belgium and Switzerland, now England and Russia are close.
– AC Milan celebrate – the San Siro re-opens.
– Federal court suspended the ban, so no closed doors against Udinese. More information requested, but the rules are set to change.
– Roma, Napoli and Juve records. After seven rounds, the top three have never amassed so many points.
– Juve challenge Michel Platini. President Andrea Agnelli suggests alternative to the Champions League, with a European Super League for top clubs.
– Osvaldo and Aquilani goals, revenge for Euro 2004 as we make the Danes cry.
– Auction for Jorginho. Fiorentina and Juventus duel for the Verona midfielder.
– Napoli ace Juan Zuniga now a pro-Barcelona clause emerges.