Nations League: Nicolo Barella's first-half header helped Italy beat the Netherlands 1-0 while Erling Haaland netted a brace as Norway thrashed Northern Ireland 5-1.
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Serie A season has been on hold since March 9 amid the pandemic which has killed more than 32,000 people in Italy.
From next week, individual athletes will be able to resume training in Italy, but for team sports, in particular football, it remains a waiting game.
Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte did not say when Serie A might resume a season interrupted on March 9 with Juventus leading Lazio by a point.
Everton issued a statement expressing their fury at the player's actions -- they did not name Moise Kean -- on a day when the death toll in hospitals in the UK passed the 20,000 mark.
Serie A's 20 clubs voted unanimously to complete the league season, but the final decision will be down to the Italian government.
No football has been played in Italy since March 9 with the current lockdown measures in the country extended to May 3.
Paulo Dybala is the 3rd Juventus player to test positive for coronavirus while former AC Milan defender Paolo Maldini revealed that he and his son have also been infected.
All sport in Italy has been suspended until April 3 with the nation's 60 million inhabitants in lockdown to avoid the spread of the coronavirus.
Daniele Rugani is the first top-flight footballer to fall victim to the coronavirus, which has killed 827 in Italy, the second most stricken country in the world after China.
Lazio issued a statement condemning the behaviour of "a very small minority of fans".
Germany will face Spain in Madrid on March 26 and Italy on March 31 in Nuremberg before the European Championship finals, which start on June 12.
Euro 2020: Teemu Pukki scored twice in Helsinki and Jasse Tuominen also netted as Finland wrapped up second place behind Group J winners Italy.
Mario Balotelli had to be held back by players from both teams to stop him from leaving the field of play.
Italy became the second team to qualify for Euro 2020 after a 2-0 win over Greece while Spain edged closer to the finals.
Euro Qualifiers: Italy qualified for Euro 2020 thanks to a 2-0 win over Greece in Rome.
Chelsea midfielder Jorginho's 79th-minute penalty made it six wins from six for Italy and sent them six points clear of second-placed Finland in Group J.
Spain beat a spirited Norway 2-1 in their opening Euro 2020 qualifier, while teenage striker Moise Kean netted in Italy's win over Finland.