Italy boss Roberto Mancini said this Sunday that he does not "who the favourite will be" between Spain and France, who play at the San Siro in the UEFA Nations League.
"It will be a good game, they are two great teams, I really like Spain, but France have extraordinary players. It will be a good match, I don't who's the favourite in the final," Mancini said after the 2-1 win for Italy over Belgium in the third place play-off.
Italy were beaten by Spain last Wednesday in the semi-final on Wednesday while Belgium were beaten by France. Mancini, despite losing to Spain, said that he is satisfied with Italy's performances.
"In these two games we did well. Despite the loss to Spain, they were two good matches. We had a great match, we changed a lot of play and despite that, the team played well," he said.
Italy's next match will be in November against Switzerland in World Cup qualifying. "With Switzerland it will be a difficult match, as it was at the Euros. It's the game of the year, after the Euros, it's the most important, we know that we must win and we'll see how it goes," Mancini concluded.
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