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Italy need fans' support in times of need - Giorgio Chiellini
08 October 2017, 01:15 | Kara Nash
The new home kit is the first Italy strip to include the country's brand new badge
The result not only means Italy are guaranteed second place behind Spain but the result could have a disastrous impact on their ranking in the draw for November's play-offs.
Macedonia poured forward in the second half with striker Trajkovski picking up a cross from skipper Goran Pandev to blast past Buffon, the veteran goalkeeper decked out in the new Azzurri blue kit with the restyled logo for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russian Federation.
Ventura has demanded "desire and enthusiasm" from his side ahead of the double header to put them in the healthiest position possible for the play-offs, which take place in November.
"I think Italy should never be jeered, as the team represents all of us", he added.
"I think the praise was exaggerated before and the criticism is exaggerated now". We're already playing for the playoffs.
It was more of the same in the second half with Macedonia content to sit back and wait for an opening.
"We're really frustrated. We are sorry for the fans, we understand them and we are as upset as they are, but I am sure they will support us when we need them", said Chiellini.
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