Jens Lehmann watches helplessly as Fabio Grosso’s extra-time shot hits the back of the net in the World Cup semi-final between Germany and Italy.
On this day 20 years ago world champions France beat Italy 2-1 with a golden goal from substitute David Trezeguet in the final of Euro 2000 in Rotterdam.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases has passed the 10 million mark worldwide, according to US experts.
China has extended Covid-19 tests to newly reopened salons amid a drop in cases, while South Korea continues to face new infections after it eased social distancing rules to boost the economy.
Former Formula One driver Alex Zanardi remains in a serious but stable condition following an accident in a hand bike relay.
An Italian technology company has developed a new system that can accurately portray the characteristics of a petrol-powered motorcycle on an EV-powered bike.
Italian authorities have recovered a stolen artwork by Banksy that was painted as a tribute to the victims of the 2015 terror attack at the Bataclan music hall in Paris.
Archaeologists have used advanced technology to map out an entire ancient Roman city buried deep underground without any digging.
A quarter of Venice has been submerged by a near-record high tide for June, a time of year when such flooding is rare.
Archaeologists have briefly revealed a well-preserved mosaic floor of an ancient Roman villa first discovered almost a century ago near the northern Italian city of Verona.
Lamborghini has unveiled its own one-make esports racing championship called The Real Race.
Museums are starting to reopen in some countries as governments ease coronavirus restrictions, but experts warn one in eight worldwide could face permanent closure due to the pandemic.
Ferrari’s museums in Maranello and Modena have reopened in line with the Italian government’s regulations.
Global leaders have said the world needs to adapt to living with coronavirus and cannot wait to be saved by a vaccine.
Italy will throw open its borders next month, effectively ending Europe’s longest and strictest coronavirus lockdown, just as the summer tourism season gets under way.
Officials in Venice have voiced hope the coronavirus crisis will provide an opportunity to reimagine one of the world’s most fragile cities, creating a more sustainable tourism industry and attracting more full-time residents.
A right-wing politician has apologised for calling a young Italian woman who converted to Islam while held hostage in Somalia a “neo-terrorist”.
A young Italian woman returned to her homeland on Sunday after 18 months as a hostage in eastern Africa.
A world on lockdown: What measures are in place, when did they start and what cautious steps have been made towards normality?
As the UK Government prepares to publish its plans for gradually moving out of lockdown this week, we take a look at the first, tentative steps back to normality that are beginning to emerge from Europe.
AC Milan and Roc Nation have partnered to stage a virtual live event headlined by Alicia Keys that will pay tribute to workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic in Italy and beyond.
Some nations have started easing coronavirus lockdowns, each pursuing their own approach but all with a common goal to restart their economies without triggering a new surge of infections.
Ducati has announced that it is resuming production ‘gradually’ at its Borgo Panigale plant after having closed its doors since Friday, March 13 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Italian football took a tentative step towards returning after prime minister Giuseppe Conte announced that sports teams would be allowed to resume group training from May 18.
Deaths related to Covid-19 have resulted in more than 10 years of life being lost per person, according to a new study.
Small shops reopened on Wednesday in Berlin as a few nations began easing coronavirus restrictions to restart their economies, but trepidation expressed by some workers and customers indicated a return to normality is still a long way off.
Nations around the world have taken advantage of their flattening coronavirus infection curves to tentatively ease lockdowns, edging toward a new yet unknown state of normal amid a devastating pandemic.
As countries consider how to restart their virus-halted economies, early experiences in China and parts of Europe show it will be no easy task.
Governors across the US are devising plans to gradually reopen their economies without prompting a strong second wave of coronavirus.
A potentially deadly disease affecting olive trees in Europe could take a huge economic toll in the next five decades, researchers have said.
The absence of fresh coronavirus hot spots has a yielded a ray of optimism in global efforts against the disease, although a return to normality is unlikely anytime soon.