Romelu Lukaku is new Chelsea no 9: Morata, Falcao and three others who wore the iconic jersey at Stamford Bridge
Now that Tammy Abraham has moved to Serie with AS Roma, Lukaku will be donning the no 9 shirt for Chelsea -- a shirt that has not been lucky for many players.
In keeping with his tournament, Juventus striker Alvaro Morata was both hero and villain.
Morata came off the bench in the semifinals on Tuesday, only seconds after Federico Chiesa had given Italy the lead in the 60th minute, and scored the equalizer for his third goal at Euro 2020.
Italy is Europe's hottest team, extending its unbeaten run to 32 matches and its winning streak to 13 with Friday's result. Spain is on a 12-match unbeaten run and drew its opening two Euro games.
Vladimir Petkovic's side recovered from two goals down to force extra time against much-fancied France and prevailed on penalties.
Spain had led 3-1 in the 85th minute but Mislav Orsic pulled one back after a goalmouth scramble and Pasalic equalized with a header in injury time.
All eyes will be on Croatia's Luka Modric for his goal-scoring and Spanish Striker Alvaro Morata for the lack of it.
A loss would have ended Poland’s chances of reaching the round of 16 at Euro 2020.
Morata is under pressure after missing a golden chance against the Swedes, whose 1-0 victory over Slovakia on Friday means all four teams in Group E are still in the mix to reach the last 16.
Spain had been held scoreless in its warmup match against Portugal, when it also had significant chances and couldn’t get on the board.
Morata returned to Juventus in September having previously played for the Turin giants under Massimiliano Allegri between 2014 and 2016.
Morata missed a good chance in the first half and was then whistled by the Spanish supporters in Seville when he was substituted with 25 minutes left.
Álvaro Morata had Spain's best chance just a few minutes before Isak but his shot missed wide with goalkeeper Robin Olsen the only opponent to beat.
Three goals in two games and another couple ruled out by VAR mean Morata looks a player revived since his January loan move from Chelsea.
Two more Chelsea players also missed out as Marcos Alonso and Cesc Fabregas were not included in the 23-man group.