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Italy 0 Sweden 0 (0-1 agg): Ventura on the brink as Azzurri miss first World Cup in 60 years

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Italy 0 Sweden 0 (0-1 agg): Ventura on the brink as Azzurri miss first World Cup in 60 yearsSweden's defence would not be breached as Italy missed out on the World Cup for the first time in 60 years after a 0-0 draw in Milan.
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