Italy vs Wales LIVE RESULT and GROUP TABLE: 10-man Wales secure passage to Last 16 despite Ampadu red card for stamp

WALES have reached the Last 16 at Euro 2020 despite losing 1-0 to Italy in Rome.

The result meant Wales finished Group A in second place and now go through to the next round.

  • Kick-off: 5pm BST
  • Switzerland vs Turkey also LIVE now in Group A
  • TV/ live stream: ITV/ ITV Hub
  • Italy XI: Donnarumma, Toloi, Bonucci, Bastoni, Emerson, Verratti, Jorginho, Pessina, Chiesa, Belotti, Bernardeschi
  • Wales XI: Ward, Roberts, Williams, Rodon, Ampadu, Gunter, Allen, Morrell, Ramsey, Bale, James

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  • Craig Mahood

    SO, WHAT NEXT?

    The last-16 for Wales will be against the second placed side from Group B.

    That will be the first knockout game on Saturday in Amsterdam.

    Wales will play either Belgium, Finland, Denmark or Russia.

    It is unlikely that it will be the Belgians however.

    Here's how their group stands at the minute.

    Finland play Belgium tomorrow as Russia and Denmark face off.

  • Craig Mahood

    REPORT

    Our match report from tonight's game is now live on site.

    Head over to the Sun Football page to catch all the main talking points from the Stadio Olimpico.

    Or, click here 👉  ITALY 1 WALES 0

    Matteo Pessina
  • Craig Mahood

    FULL-TIME

    The full-time stats from Rome. Italy with plenty of the ball but excellent Welsh defending.

  • Craig Mahood

    RAM BUZZ

    Aaron Ramsey chuckled when talking about the difficulty tonight.

    But he echoed his captain's words with praise for his side.

    Yeah it was tough for long periods! We played a top team.
    But again we showed great character, we gave everything and dug in.
    We finished off the job. It was important for us to stay compact and we could’ve pinched a draw.
    We have a good balance, first half we showed glimpses and kept the ball well but we need to be more consistent.

    Aaron Ramsey

  • Craig Mahood

    CAMARADERIE

    The Wales squad all gather on the park after saluting the supporters that made the trip.

    Wales squad huddle
  • Craig Mahood

    BALE REACTS

    The Wales skipper was thrilled to get through and get through a difficult 90 minutes in Rome.

    We knew it’d be a difficult game. There was a lot of defending and a lot of tired bodies out there.
    We wanted a result but we would have probably finished second anyway.
    It was unfortunate to go to 10 men and we had to dig deep.
    We have a bit of a break now so we’ll rest up to get going again.

    Gareth BaleITV

  • Craig Mahood

    ITALIANS MARCH ON

    Eight changes for the Azzurri but they do manage to make it 30 GAMES unbeaten, matching their national team record.

    Italian squad at full time
    Three from three in the group
  • Craig Mahood

    HOW IT FINISHES

    The final Group A table.

    It ended nervy but an immense effort from Wales to keep the score at 1-0 playing so long with 10 men.

  • George Moore

    HAVE YOUR SAY

  • Craig Mahood

    FULL-TIME IN BAKU TOO

    And Wales are into the knockout stages in second place!!

    The Italian players celebrate in the centre circle and the Wales players look gutted.

    But The Red Wall in the stand are bouncing, they know they are into the last-16!!

    Bale and Brooks
  • Craig Mahood

    PEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!!

    It's over in Rome!

    ITALY 1-0 WALES

  • Craig Mahood

    ITALY 1-0 WALES

    90' Cristante shot from the edge of the box is heading towards the bottom corner and Ward gets down superbly well to push the ball away to safety.

    THREE MINUTES ADDED

  • Craig Mahood

    ITALY 1-0 WALES

    89' Italy keeping possession and Wales playing like a team that knows they just need to defend the last few minutes well.

  • Craig Mahood

    ITALY 1-0 WALES

    A change in goals for Italy….I don't know either.

    • OFF – Donnarumma
    • ON – Sirigu

    ITALY 1-0 WALES

    86' Wales still two goals better than Switzerland heading into the final five minutes.

    It's nearly down to one though as Belotti unwinds a shot from the edge of the box but Ward is right behind it to keep it out.

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