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Gianfranco Zola A Pundit Ecstatically Celebrates Italys Penalty Shootout Victory Over Spain

The semi-final match between Italy and Spain ended in a penalty shootout. The semi-final match between Italy and Spain ended in a penalty shootout. Italy’s semi-final versus Spain was shot at a penalty. Italy’s semi final was a penalty shoot-out versus Spain. Italy has been shot out for a penalty half-final versus Spain. Italy has gone to a penalty shoot-out semi-final versus Spain.

They missed their first penalty but made up for it by scoring four straight to progress. They missed their first penalty but made up for it by scoring four straight to progress. They missed their first penalty, but won their next four. They missed their first penalty, but won their next four. The first penalty was not paid, but the next four went ahead. They missed their first penalty, but won the following four.

To Zola’s pleasure, Jorginho scored the game-winning penalty. To Zola’s pleasure, Jorginho scored the game-winning penalty. To Zola’s pleasure, Jorginho scored a decisive penalty. To Zola’s pleasure, Jorginho scored a crucial penalty. To the pleasure of Zola, Jorginho scored the crucial penalty. The crucial punishment Jorginho scored to Zola’s joy.

Gianfranco Zola couldn’t contain his joy as Italy beat Spain in a penalty shootout to advance to the Euro 2020 final. Gianfranco Zola couldn’t contain his joy as Italy beat Spain in a penalty shootout to progress to the Euro 2020 final. Gianfranco Zola could not hide his pleasure as Italy advanced with its punitive shoot-out victory against Spain to the Euro 2020 finals. Gianfranco Zola could not disguise his pleasure as Italy moved with their penalty shoot-out against Spain into the finale of Euro 2020. The happiness of Gianfranco Zola, who moved Italy towards the end of Euro 2020 with a penalty shoot-out over Spain, was unable to disguise. Gianfranco Zola was unable to contain his pleasure as Italy moved with the penalty shoot-out triumph against Spain to the end of Euro 2020.

Italy’s first penalty kick was missed by Manuel Locatelli, but they scored the next four after Alvaro Morata and Dani Olmo missed for their opponents. Italy’s first penalty attempt was missed by Manuel Locatelli, but they scored the following four after Alvaro Morata and Dani Olmo missed for their opponents. Manuel Locatelli missed the first spot kick in Italy, but they scored the following four, while Morata and Dani Olmo lost for their opponents. Manuel Locatelli missed Italy’s first spot kick, but scored four others as Morata and Dani Olmo lost their opponents. The opening kick from Italy was managed by Manuel Locatelli, however, they scored the following three for Morata and Dani Olmo. Manuel Locatelli missed Italy’s first spot-kill, but the following four were scored by Morata and Dani Olmo.

Zola stepped away from the camera for a moment before reappearing and embraced former Chelsea teammate Ruud Gullit. Zola stepped away from the camera for a while before reappearing and embraced former Chelsea teammate Ruud Gullit. Zola vanished before returning, throwing a final fist pump before former Chelsea teammate Ruud Gullit was hugged. Before returning, Zola vanished from the camera and took one more fist pump before embracing former Chelsea teammate Ruud Gullit. Before returning and giving one final fist pump before the old teammate Ruud Gullit hugged, Zola went away off camera. Before coming back, Zola walked off camera and pumped the last fist before former Chelsea teammate Ruud Gullit was taken over.

‘That’s not, that’s not me, I apologise,’ Zola remarked as he watched himself back, to which former Sky Sports analyst Andy Gray advised him not to apologize. ‘That’s not, that’s not me, I sorry,’ Zola remarked as he watched himself back, to which former Sky Sports analyst Andy Gray advised him not to apologize. Viewing himself back, Zola said: ‘I’m not, I apologize, that’s not me,’ to which former Sky Sports pundit Andy Gray had been advised not to apologize. Zola, looking back, said: “I sorry, that’s not me,” and was urged not to apologize to former Sky Sports expert Andy Gray. Zola responded, looking back to himself: ‘I’m not that, I’m sorry’ to which former Sky Sports pundit Andy Gray was advised not to apologise. Zola looked back and replied, “I’ll excuse me that isn’t me,” to which the former Sky Sports expert Andy Gray was advised not to apologize.

The winner of England’s semi-final against Denmark will play Italy in the final on Sunday at Wembley Stadium. The winner of England’s semi-final against Denmark will play Italy in the final on Sunday at Wembley Stadium. England’s half-final winner with Denmark faces Italy in the Wembley final on Sunday. England’s semi-final winner with Denmark faces Italy on Sunday in the Wembley Final. The semi-final winner with Denmark will be confronted with Italy in the Wembley final on Sunday. The British semi-final winner with Denmark faces Italy at Wembley on Sunday.

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