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Who is in the Nations League finals?

Who's in the Nations League Finals?

Belgium, France, Italy and Spain will compete in the UEFA Nations League finals in October 2021&#39.

Nations League finals in-depth

In principle, the winner of Group A1&#39 (Italy) will be appointed as the final host. The official appointment of the hosts will be confirmed at the UEFA Executive Committee meeting on 3 December, after which the semi-final and final pairings will be drawn.


Highlights: Belgium 4-2 Denmark

Highlights: Belgium 4-2 Denmark

A2 Group winners : W5 D0 L1 F16 A6
Lake King of : Romelu Lukaku (5)

05/09 : Denmark 0-2 Belgium
08/09 : Belgium 5-1 Iceland
11/10 : England 2-1 Belgium
14/10 : Iceland 1-2 Belgium
15/11 : Belgium 2-0 England
18/11 : Belgium 4-2 Denmark

Coach: Roberto Martinez
Spanish midfielder Martínez, who has been aiming in English football, has been in charge of Belgium since 2016&#39.

Key player: Kevin De Bruyne
The 2019/20 UEFA Champions League midfielder of the season continues to evolve for club and country. The creative heartbeat of Martínez&#39.

Someone to watch: Youri Tielemans
A relatively young 23 on a side full of established talent, Leicester&#39's versatile midfielder delivers a poisonous shot from afar, not to mention a great dispersion.


Highlights: France 4-2 Sweden

Highlights: France 4-2 Sweden

Group A3 winners : W5 D1 L0 F12 A5
top scorer : Olivier Giroud (3)

05/09 : Sweden 0-1 France
08/09 : France 4-2 Croatia
11/10 : France 0-0 Portugal
14/10 : Croatia 1-2 France
14/11 : Portugal 0-1 France
17/11 : France 4-2 Sweden

Coach: Didier Deschamps
Deschamps led Les Bleus to victory at the 1998 FIFA World Cup and UEFA EURO 2000&#39. The France boss since 2012&#39 led them to World Cup victory in 2018&#39 and could secure the second international duo of his career at EURO 2020&#39.

Key player: Antoine Griezmann
The influence of the best player and top scorer of EURO 2016&#39 on the team has deepened over time; He also scored three points and set up seven sets in the UEFA EURO 2020 qualifiers and has since surpassed Zinédine Zidane in France&#39's all-time top scorer rankings.

Someone to watch: Clément Lenglet
The centre-back settled in Barcelona with minimal fuss and appears to be the first choice, now with Raphaël Varane at the heart of the Deschamps defence, who made his French debut in June 2019 only in June 2019.


Highlights: Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-2 Italy

Highlights: Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-2 Italy

Group A1 winners : W3 D3 L0 F7 A2
Lake King of : Domenico Berardi (2)

: Italy 1-1 Bosnia and Herzegovina
07/09 : Netherlands 0-1 Italy
11/10 : Poland 0-0 Italy
14/10 : Italy 1-1 Netherlands
15/11 : Italy 2-0 Poland
18/11 : Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-2 Italy

Coach: Roberto Mancini
Despite being one of the best strikers of his generation, Mancini, who has never been so lucky with the Azzurri, is eager to shine as an international coach after winning club trophies in Italy, England and Turkey.

Key player: Marco Verratti
Like his coach, the midfielder has not replicated his club form with the national team. Mancini&#39's ball-based football looks perfect for the Parisian.

Someone to watch: Gianluigi Donnarumma
At 21, goalkeeper Donnarumma is already an experienced player as he has played first-team football for years, but he has big gloves to fill as he tries to replace Gianluigi Buffon.


Highlights: Spain 6-0 Germany

Highlights: Spain 6-0 Germany

Group A4 winners : W3 D2 L1 F13 A3
Lake King of : Ferran Torres (4)

03/09 : Germany 1-1 Spain
06/09 : Spain 4-0 Ukraine
10/10 : Spain 1-0 Switzerland
13/10 : Ukraine 1-0 Spain
14/11 : Switzerland 1-1 Spain
17/11 : Spain 6-0 Germany

Coach: Luis Enrique
Luis Enrique resigned for personal reasons in June 2019, but returned to his post five months later after the UEFA EURO 2020 qualifiers ended in November. He previously led Barcelona to UEFA Champions League victory in 2015/#39.

Key player: Sergio Ramos
The glue that holds the defense together, the European top scorer of all time, is among the top ten scorers after rank in part on penalty duty.

Someone to watch: Ansu Fati
The Barcelona striker broke a 95-year record when he became Spain's youngest goalscorer by winning 4-0 against Ukraine at 17 years and 311 days.

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