It was another splendid evening of international football for Juventus. Leonardo Bonucci and Federico Bernardeschi have achieved a victory that means Italy's early qualification for Euro 2020. Elsewhere, Miralem Pjanic scored twice in a 4-1 victory for Bosnia and Herzegovina against Finland.
Bonucci and Bernardeschi bring Italy to qualification
There was the Juventus stamp in Italy's all-important victory last night at the Stadio Olimpico. A victory that brings the Azzurri to Euro 2020, with three days in advance and with the first place secured.
Bonucci took to the field for the full 90 minutes with the captain's armband, with Bernardeschi, who replaced Federico Chiesa at the end of the first half, scored Italy's second goal (after Jorginho's initial penalty kick), which sealed the victory and the qualification of the Azzurri.
In the same group as Italy, there was an important win for Pjanic's Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Juventus midfielder scored twice in their 4-1 win over Finland to put them back into contention for qualification.
Elsewhere yesterday, Juan Cuadrado played the full 90 minutes for Colombia in their 0-0 draw against Chile played in Spain.
Six Bianconeri are involved this Sunday, between European qualifiers and international friendlies.
In Euro 2020 qualifying Group C, de Ligt's Holland take on Belarus in Minsk (18:00 CEST), whilst Emre Can's Germany take on Latvia away (20:45 CEST). Both sides will be looking to top the group.
In Group E, Aaron Ramsey's Wales hosts Croatia in Cardiff (20:45 CEST), and in Group G Wojciech Szczesny's Poland challenges North Macedonia in Warsaw, aiming to keep top spot (20:45 CEST).
For Paulo Dybala and Alex Sandro, two friendlies are scheduled: Argentina meets Ecuador in Spain (16:00 CEST) and it's Brazil-Nigeria in Singapore (14:00 CEST)