There was no absence of action in this World Cup qualifier.
However, most of it would've been the chippy sorta stuff you'd expect from hockey teams.
Do know that Italy's national hockey team has more sense than getting into that sorta game with Sweden's.
The Azurri shoulda figured that out for themselves, too.
Ironically, only two yellow cards were given, to Sweden's Marcus Berg and Italy's Marco Verratti. Even that exchange was an advantage for the Blågult, as the little Italian midfielder has been a major player for them.
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