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Italy Carves Longest Unbeaten Record

Italy only drew 0-0 against Switzerland in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers. However, that result was enough to make Italy carve out a special record.

The European champions traveled to Switzerland in St. Jakob Park, Basel on Monday (6/9/2021) in the morning WIB. Italy wasted several golden opportunities obtained from Domenico Berardi, Ciro Immobile, and a penalty that Jorginho failed to convert.

One additional point won did not shake Italy's position at the top of Group C. Italy posted 11 points from five matches, four points behind Switzerland who are still playing three games below. However, the draw marks that Italy is unbeaten in 36 matches - in succession. Italy broke the previous longest unbeaten record (35 games), which was held by Brazil between 1993-1996 and Spain between 2007-2009. Italy has broken the record for LONGEST EVER International unbeaten streak 🇮🇹

36 - Italy (2018-present)

35 - Brazil (1993-1996)

35 - Spain (2007-2009)

Meanwhile, Italy last suffered defeat in three years ago. At that time Gli Azzurri surrendered 0-1 at the hands of Portugal in a UEFA Nations League match. "There are some regrets because we had so many chances and didn't finish them," Italy right-back Giovanni Di Lorenzo told RAI Sport after the match.

"At the moment it feels like the ball doesn't want to go into the net, but we can build from here for Wednesday's game. Today maybe we lacked determination or lacked precision, but we would be more worried if we didn't create chances at all."

Italy has the potential to sharpen its record when hosting a weak team Lithuania at the Mapei Stadium in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers, Thursday (9/9/2021) WIB

Complete World Cup Qualification Results: England's Positive Trend Collapses, Italy Makes History

The series of continued matches for the 2022 World Cup Qualification for the European Zone has ended on Thursday (9/9/2021) early morning WIB. The England national team only won a 1-1 draw against Poland at the Warsaw Stadium. The Three Lions became the team that had the upper hand thanks to Harry Kane's long-range shot in the 72nd minute. England's victory then vanished after Poland equalized through Damian Szymanski's header in the second half of injury time. This result also broke England's positive trend in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers. Previously, Kane et al had always won in five matches and now had to be held back. Despite a draw with Poland, Gareth Southgate's team still tops Group I with 16 points. Meanwhile, Poland is in third place in Group I after getting 11 points. In other matches, the Italian national team fared better after a 5-0 win over Lithuania at the Mapei Stadium. Italy's goal celebration was born thanks to contributions from Moise Kean (11', 29'), Edgaras Utkus (14'gbd), Giacomo Raspadori (24'), and Giovanni Di Lorenzo (54') Gli Azzurri also broke the negative trend after being arrested Not only that, Roberto Mancini's troops also managed to extend the record as the national team's longest unbeaten trend, from 37 matches. Previously, Italy and Brazil held the record with an unbeaten record in 36 consecutive matches. The Euro 2020 champion is now getting stronger at the top of Group C of the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers in the European Zone. Italy is comfortably at the top with 14 points from six matches, while Lithuania is sinking at the bottom of the standings with zero points after five matches. Apart from Italy, several big European teams have also won positive results in the qualifying matches. In Group J, Hansi Flick's German national team managed to shave Iceland 4-0. Meanwhile, Belgium as the world's number one team narrowly won 1-0 over Belarus in Group E. The Spanish national team also won additional triple points in Group B after a convincing 2-0 win over Kosovo. Armenia vs Liechtenstein 1-1 (Henrikh Mkhitaryan 45+5 'p/Noah Frick 80') Iceland vs Germany 0-4 (Serge Gnabry 4', Antonio Ruediger 24', Leroy Sane 56', Timo Werner 88') Belarus vs Belgium 0-1 (Dennis Praet 33') Hungary vs Andorra 2-1 (Adam Szalai 9'p, Endre Botka 18'/Makx Llovera 82') North Macedonia vs Romania 0-0 Poland vs England 1-1 (Damian Szymanski 90+2'/Harry Kane 72') Albania vs San Marino 5-0 (Rey Manaj 32', Qazim Laci 58', Armando Broja 61', Elseid Hysaj 68', Myrto Uzuni 80') Kosovo vs Spain 0-2 (Pablo Fornals 32, Ferran Torres 88') Italy vs Lithuania 5- 0 (Moise Kean 11' 29', Edgaras Utkus 14'gbd, Giacomo Raspadori 24' and Giovanni Di Lorenzo 54') Northern Ireland vs Switzerland 0-0 Wales vs Estonia 0-0 Greece vs Sweden 2-1 (Anastasios Bakasetas 62 ', Vangelis Pavlidis 74'/Robin Quaison 80')


Officially Separated from Kevin Sanjaya, this is Marcus Fernaldi Gideon's complete bio with his new partner

Information about Marcus Fernaldi Gideon's profile and biodata will be available in full in this article especially for you.

Marcus Fernaldi Gideon is one of the Indonesian badminton athletes who is now ranked 1st in the world with Kevin Sanjaya for the men's doubles sector. However, the decision from PBSI Marcus Fernaldi Gideon was separated from Kevin Sanjaya in the 2021 Sudirman Cup.

Marcus Fernaldi Gideon is a more senior player than Kevin Sanjaya. Both of them are often dubbed as The Minions and have carved out many achievements for Indonesia in the international badminton arena. Marcus Fernaldi Gideon was paired with the 2008 Beijing Olympic gold medalist, Markis Kido.

At that time Markis Kido was paired with Hendra Setiawan

Following is the bio of Marcus Fernaldi Gideon

Name: Marcus Fernaldi Gideon

birth: March 9, 1991

Age: 30 years

Height: 165 cm

Racket grip: right

Coaches: Herry IP and Aryono Miranat

Wife: Agnes Amelinda Mulyadi

Highest and current rank: 1 in the world

Achievement :

1. BWF Super Series Final 2017 gold medal

2. ASIAN GAMES 2018 gold medal

3. SEA GAMES 2015 gold medal

5. Dozens of world badminton super series titles

Instagram: @marcusfernaldig

New couple : Pramudya Kusumawardana

This is Marcus Fernaldi Gideon's profile and bio.

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