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After Cesare Prandelli's Italian side gave three unconvincing performances to start World Cup qualifying, the Azzurri went into their most important game with their feet on the gas and came out vindicated.
The Danish side the Italians faced today looked to be the Italy's toughest obstacle on the road to Brazil. FIGC showed how important they thought the game was when they scheduled this home leg against the Danes in the San Siro—one of Italy's biggest stadiums and a ground reserved only for the highest-profile matches.
Whether it was the personnel changes, the venue or just an overall click, Italy finally got the convincing win it needed to silence their critics. What should we take from their 3-1 triumph? Read on to find out.