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Saturday 25 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Italy

All time
# domande
Quiz: How much do you know about Italy?
Il calcio sta tornando a casa.
# Euros
Two arrested on suspicion of helping ticketless fans storm Euros final
The pair are suspected of stealing ‘items’ to enable those without tickets to get into Wembley last Sunday night.
# Football's Coming Rome
Italy 'dominated' England in Euro 2020 final, says Mancini
Italy are now on a 34-match unbeaten run, bouncing back after failing to qualify for the 2018 World Cup.
# Shootout
Southgate accepts responsibility for penalty 'gamble' in Euro 2020 final
England lost 3-2 on penalties after a 1-1 draw at Wembley.
# Champions
Italy inflict more penalty heartache on England to win Euro 2020 final
A 3-2 win in the penalty shootout for Roberto Mancini’s side.
# off to wembley
England determined to make history in Euro 2020 final as Italy aim to spoil the party
Harry Kane: ‘We have been knocking down barriers on the way but we have to go out there and win it.’
# an unfortunate end
Italy left-back Spinazzola out of the Euros with ruptured Achilles
The Roma defender has arguably been the best player of the tournament so far.
# magnifico
Magnificent Italy beat Belgium in classic Euro 2020 quarter-final
Roberto Mancini’s side were 2-1 winners in Munich.
# Worry
Belgium waiting on Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard fitness ahead of Italy clash
Manager Roberto Martinez will make a late decision on the injured pair.
# Vatican
Vatican challenges Italian homophobia law in 'unprecedented' move
The Vatican argues the anti-homophobia law violates a treaty between Rome and the Holy See.
# unbeaten
Locatelli and Immobile fire Italy into Euro 2020 last 16
Roberto Mancini’s side have six points after two games.
# Forza azzurri
Roberto Mancini finalises 26-man Italy squad for Euro 2020
The Italians get the tournament underway by facing Turkey in Rome on Friday week.
# Italy
Three arrested over Italy cable car deaths allowed to leave prison
Fourteen people died when the lead cable of the Mottarone funicular overlooking Lake Maggiore snapped last week.
# Mottarone mountain
Death toll in Italian cable car crash rises to 14
Italy’s ministry of infrastructure said the accident appeared to have been caused by a ruptured cable near the top of the route.
# Tragedy
13 people killed in Italian cable car fall
The cable car had recently reopened after Covid-19 restrictions eased.
# Måneskin
Eurovision winners deny doing cocaine in the Green Room
Footage of Måneskin singer Thomas Raggi went viral last night.
# Eurovision
Italy have won Eurovision 2021 with the UK finishing rock bottom on 'nul points'
After a gap last year, the contest was held in front of a live crowd of 3,500 in Rotterdam.
# Review
Seven-goal Milan run riot as Juve keep Champions League hopes alive
The battle for elite European football remains tight in Italy.
# Tuscany
Italian woman mistakenly given six doses of Pfizer vaccine against Covid-19
The woman is in a good condition but being monitored in hospital.
# euro news
Conte hails Inter's Serie A win as one of his 'most important successes' while Ajax wrap up Dutch title
Inter can celebrate after nearest rivals Atalanta were held 1-1 at Sassuolo.
# reflection
Star full-back suffers broken nose after 'kick to the face' as Ireland draw positives from Italy win
Eimear Considine went off for a HIA in the final moments of the game.
Ireland v Italy, Six Nations Championship
Energia Park, Donnybrook, hosted this afternoon’s third/fourth place playoff.
# on the continent
Leaders Inter draw, Dortmund stay in Champions League hunt and Neymar scores as PSG win in cup
AC Milan lost to Sassuolo in Serie A.
# Analysis
As debate over long-term future continues, Ireland must make short-term progress
Ciara Griffin and co. were poor in a number of areas during last weekend’s hammering by France.
# title defence
England march into Women's Six Nations final with bonus-point win in Italy
The defending champions proved far too strong for the Italians.
# Coronavirus
World Cup winner De Rossi hospitalised with Covid-19 - reports
The 37-year-old was one of four members of Italy’s staff who were infected during recent 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
Lukaku pulls Inter 11 points clear and Ronaldo on target in Juve win
2-1 victories for Inter and Juve tonight in Italy.
# Espionage
Italian navy captain arrested for passing on 'confidential documents' to the Russians
The Italian foreign affairs ministry has summoned the Russian ambassador over the incident.
# Suspension
Juventus goalkeeper Buffon given one-match blasphemy ban
Buffon was overheard using a “blasphemous expression” towards a team-mate during Juve’s league win over Parma in December.
# Francesco Pelle
One of Italy's 'most dangerous' fugitive mobsters arrested in Lisbon Covid clinic
Francesco Pelle was a noted figure in one of the Calabria-based ’ndrangheta’s most notorious organised crime clans.
# Coronavirus
European countries impose tighter restrictions as Covid-19 cases rise
A month-long lockdown for Paris and several other French regions was announced yesterday.
# French Evolution
'We need to improve - France will be a different proposition' - Pivac
Wales set for Six Nations showdown with France in Paris.
# On track
Wales are one win away from a Grand Slam after hammering Italy
Wayne Pivac’s men made it four from four ahead of next weekend’s visit to France.
# Wrap
Milan beat Verona to close gap on Inter before Man United trip
In Naples, Lorenzo Insigne scored twice with Victor Osimhen adding a third as Napoli consolidated sixth place.
# in the hunt
Ronaldo on target as Juve boost hopes of 10th straight title with win in Serie A
A 3-0 victory for the champions tonight over Spezia.
# Selection
Farrell's 23-man squad indicates a settled Ireland side for Scotland clash
The retention of Ryan Baird suggests he could be involved again in Edinburgh.
# Skipper
Farrell hails Sexton's enduring influence after Ireland captain's return in Rome
‘His performance was excellent but it’s more than that.’
# late bloomer
Beirne on his man of match award: 'I said to Will, they thought I was you'
The Munster player has graduated from the bench to become a key player on Andy Farrell’s Ireland side.
# clinical
Keenan's try the pick of the bunch but Ireland's turnover attack is still flat
Attack coach Mike Catt will be pleased with Ireland’s efforts from lineout platforms.
Connors takes his chance in Rome to push for Ireland start against Scotland
The 24-year-old openside was among the best performers in a six-try win for Andy Farrell’s side.