Aivo Paljasmaa: Aet Süvari and the walking encyclopedia

Aivo Paljasmaa. Photo: Elen Freivald

Aivo Paljasmaa. Photo: Elen Freivald

On Sunday night, the games in sub-group A ended. Italy sent eight new men to the field against Wales, who had not had the opportunity in the first two matches. Their defensive beam, 36-year-old Giorgio Chellini, who enjoyed the day off, said before the match that the actors could be changed, but the scenario remains the same. The sky blue still attacked boldly and meaningfully. The victory was 1: 0.

The Italian team is continuing a wonderful series. They have not felt the bitterness of the loss in the last 30 matches (the world top mark is in the hands of Brazil, which managed to avoid a loss for 35 consecutive games). Italy have won the last 11 games, with the last ten dry. Their team’s goal has been locked for 1065 consecutive minutes.

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