Italy beat Bosnia in final warm up game before EURO 2024

Italy head into Euro 2024 off the back of a win after overcoming Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-0 in Empoli. Davide Frattesi scored the only goal of the game in the first half as the Azzurri finalised their pre-tournament preparations on the pitch. The reigning European champions will head to Germany to defend their crown and begin their campaign against Albania on June 15.

Davide Frattesi’s first-half goal gave Luciano Spalletti’s Italy a victory in their last warm-up friendly before Euro 2024.

The hosts created several chances against Bosnia & Herzegovina but their lack of finishing quality showed up glaringly as they failed to create a margin of victory their chances warranted.

The goal was a fantastic finish from the Inter Milan forward who with a leaping side-foot volley diverted Federico Chiesa’s cross into the roof of the net from 12 yards out.

Elsewhere, Gianluca Scamacca, who appears to be in a battle with Mateo Retegui for the spearhead role, had a number of chances but was either denied by Kenan Piric or his own wastefulness.

Italy begin their Euro 2024 campaign with a Group B match against Albania in Dortmund on Saturday.

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