Manchester City star Ferran Torres scored twice as Spain ended Italy’s record unbeaten run to reach the final of the Uefa Nations League.
Torres’ first-half double, which came either side of a red card for Leonardo Bonucci, condemned the European Champions to a 2-1 defeat as their 37-match unbeaten run – the longest in the history of international football – was finally halted at the San Siro, despite Lorenzo Pellegrini’s late goal.
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Italy had beaten Spain on penalties in the semi-final of Euro 2020 but Luis Enrique’s men gained some revenge with victory at the same stage to set up a meeting with either Belgium or France in the second Nations League final on Sunday.