There appears to be a healthy cautiousness amid fans ahead of Italy's second Euro 2016 game, which will be played against Sweden. Some of it is a near-superstitious worry that success rarely repeats itself. Others are concerned that the team could already be showing signs of tiredness. Arrigo Sacchi stated in yesterday's Gazzetta dello Sport editorial that Italy should beware of “psycho-physical tiredness, and the combination of stress and exceptional exertion”.
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