Nacer Chadli’s opening goal gave Italy the lead in the third minute of extra time as Italy beat the Netherlands 1-1 on penalties.
Chadli’s first goal for Italy came from a long-range free kick that came inside the Netherlands box after his team had scored.
The match started with the hosts defending well and were awarded a penalty for a late foul by the Dutchman.
The visitors took the lead when Marquinhos headed in a corner kick.
Italy then went into the interval through Antonio Candreva who headed in an Anthony Martial corner kick before Nacer was brought down by Marquin.
The Italian were denied a second goal in the 72nd minute when Simone Inzaghi went down injured after being hit in the face by a high ball from Marquin and then later suffered a knee injury.
After the restart, Inzagha went down with a knee problem.
Italy made it 2-0 in the 77th minute when Nacer shot from 25 yards and then the striker converted from close range after a low cross from Leonardo Bonucci.
Nacer then converted a penalty from close-range in the 80th minute.
The second goal came in the 87th minute after Nacer’s low cross was flicked onto the bar by Marquinho.
The goal saw Italy take the lead as Nacer fired past goalkeeper Marc Bartra after a poor clearance by Nacer and a long pass from Marquino to Chiesa was headed by Marquer.
Marquin then hit the post in the 90th minute as Italy made it 3-0.