Stadio Comunale Riviera delle Palme - San Benedetto del Tronto 16/09/2012 - 15:00CET (15:00 local time)

Qualifying group stage - Group 1

Italy - Poland
1-0
 

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Italy leave it late to see off Poland

Published: Sunday 16 September 2012, 16.35CET
Patrizia Panico struck four minutes from time to earn UEFA Women's EURO 2013 qualifying Group 1 winners Italy a 1-0 victory against Poland who now cannot watch second-placed Russia.
by Marco Ghighi
from Stadio Comunale Riviera delle Palme
Italy leave it late to see off Poland
Patrizia Panico (left) scored her ninth goal in seven games ©Expansia Media
 

Match statistics

Italy
Poland

1

Goals scored

0

15

Total attempts

2

8

Attempts on target

1

7

off target

0

0

against woodwork

0

8

Corners

0

2

Offsides

1

1

Yellow cards

2

0

Red Cards

0

5

Fouls committed

16

15

Fouls suffered

5

Lineups

Italy

Italy

Poland

Poland

1Marchitelli (GK)1Kiedrzynek (GK)
2Manieri2Górnicka
9
3D'Adda3Balcerzak
85
4Tuttino4Grad
5Tona5Stobba (C)
83
6Neboli6Leśnik
8Conti
90+5
8Chudzik
9Panico (C)
86
13Sałata
84
10Camporese
33
90
14Siwińska
11Parisi
86
15Winczo
21Iannella
67
17Pakulska
90

Substitutes

12Penzo (GK)12Wylężek (GK)
7Domenichetti
90+5
7Mika
9
14Motta10Tarczyńska
84
15Rodella
67
11Pawlak
16Sabatino
90
16Sikora
18Boni18Gawrońska
90
19Carissimi19Lichtenstein

Coaches

Antonio Cabrini (ITA) Roman Jaszczak (POL)

Referee

Kirsi Heikkinen (FIN)

Press kits

Standings

 
  
Published: Sunday 16 September 2012, 16.35CET

Italy leave it late to see off Poland

Patrizia Panico struck four minutes from time to earn UEFA Women's EURO 2013 qualifying Group 1 winners Italy a 1-0 victory against Poland who now cannot watch second-placed Russia.

Having already qualified for next summer's finals, Italy maintained their unblemished record in Group 1 thanks to a deserved 1-0 victory against Poland, whose play-off hopes evaporated.

The visitors never looked likely to secure the win they needed to stay in touch with second-placed Russia and their stubborn rearguard action ended four minutes from time courtesy of veteran Patrizia Panico's ninth goal in seven games. Italy, who can look forward to the 9 November draw, conclude their qualifying campaign with a trip to Greece on Wednesday, while Poland face Russia in Moscow.

The group winners and best runners-up (not counting results against the sixth-placed teams in the larger groups 1, 2 and 3) will progress to the UEFA Women's EURO 2013 final tournament from 10 to 28 July alongside hosts Sweden. The other six runners-up will advance to the play-offs for the remaining three berths.

Last updated: 27/03/13 3.04CET

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