Mancini closing on Italy record

by | Mar 28, 2021 22:47

Roberto Mancini is unbeaten in 24 Italy matches and closing on the all-time record of 30 set by Vittorio Pozzo in the 1930s.

The 2-0 victory in Bulgaria this evening was the 24th unbeaten game, 19 of them wins.

If he avoids defeat on Wednesday against Lithuania, then Mancini will equal Marcello Lippi’s longest run of positive results.

Lippi managed 25 from 2004-2006, culminating in the World Cup triumph.

Roberto Mancini is unbeaten in 24 Italy matches and closing on the all-time record of 30 set by Vittorio Pozzo in the 1930s.

The 2-0 victory in Bulgaria this evening was the 24th unbeaten game, 19 of them wins.

If he avoids defeat on Wednesday against Lithuania, then Mancini will equal Marcello Lippi’s longest run of positive results.

Lippi managed 25 from 2004-2006, culminating in the World Cup triumph.

Mancini is heading towards the all-time record of 30 Azzurri games unbeaten, set by another World Cup winning coach, Vittorio Pozzo in the 1930s.

During this streak, the Nazionale kept 17 clean sheets with only three conceded in the last 14 matches.

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