The former Manchester City boss guided Italy into their first major semi-final for nine years thanks to first-half goals from Nicolo Barella and Lorenzo Insigne. Romelu Lukaku’s penalty in stoppage time before the interval gave Belgium hope but Italy survived a second-half onslaught and will now face Spain at Wembley on Tuesday.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
‘We’re not setting ourselves limits,’ said Mancini. ‘We want to do the maximum. There’s still a long way to go, there are two games left and we will see what happens.
Italy manager Roberto Mancini celebrates his team's 2-1 victory over Belgium at Euro 2020
Mancini congratulates his players at the final whistle after they reached the semi-finals
‘We deserved to win. The players produced an excellent performance. We only suffered in the last 10 minutes and that was because we were really tired, we had given a lot. But we could have scored even more goals.
‘We’ll enjoy this win before we think about Spain. I congratulate my lads, who were superb. I was sure we were going to play really