Matches

15/06/2009101 - WeatherweatherCode10
1:3 (1:0)
  • Landon DONOVAN (41' PEN)
  • Giuseppe ROSSI (58' 90'+4)
  • Daniele DE ROSSI (72')

Summary

Supersub Rossi undoes USA

Giuseppe Rossi came off the bench to haunt the country of his birth by scoring twice in Italy's 3-1 victory against USA in Tshwane/Pretoria.

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Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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12
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Coaches

Bob BRADLEY (USA)
(ITA) Marcello LIPPI

Officials

Referee: Pablo POZO (CHI)Assistant Referee 1: Patricio BASUALTO (CHI)Assistant Referee 2: Francisco MONDRIA (CHI)Fourth official: Eddy MAILLET (SEY)Fifth official: Evarist MENKOUANDE (CMR)

Have Your Say

(Total comments 183)


Latest Comments:
Armike
23/06/2009 at 03:28
Armike (USA)
Italy is a better team and they proved it. They redeemed themselves from the embarrassment tie against the US in 2006. Italy is just better. The score tells the story.
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Armike
23/06/2009 at 03:27
Armike (USA)
I am proud of Giuseppe Rossi. He is an inspiration. He is one of the few american born footballers to actually know how to play soccer. He is wise to play for Italy instead of the US. The US national squad just is not good at all. I respect Giuseppi Rossi. US national squad < Italy national squad.
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megoooo
18/06/2009 at 08:32
megoooo (Egypt)
what a great jop for gussipe rossi very talented player really
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Statistics

10Shots22
1Corner kicks9
1Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card0
1Red Cards0
42%Possession (%)58%
  • Alberto Gilardino of Italy
  • Team USA pose for a group photograph
  • Jozy Altidore of the USA in action
  • Tim Howard of the USA catches the ball
  • Head coach Marcello Lippi of Italy reacts
  • Vincenzo Iaquinta and Luca Toni of Italy and Oguchi Onyewu of Usa
"We eventually got the ball moving well, but the US made it difficult for us. We are team players and we managed to solve our problems as the game progressed, especially after the expulsion of Ricardo Clark. We calmed down in the second half after a nervous start to the game and that was the key to our victory." Marcello Lippi, Italy coach