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The 1994 season was a successful one for the Italian national team. The team reached the final of the FIFA World Cup, held in the United States, where they lost to Brazil 0-0 (3-2) in a penalty shootout. Despite falling short in the final, Italy's performances throughout the tournament were impressive and the team's run to the final was seen as a major accomplishment.

Italy's star player during the 1994 World Cup was midfielder Roberto Baggio, who scored five goals in the tournament. Baggio was known for his technical ability and his creative play in the midfield, and he was named the tournament's best player. Other key players for Italy during the World Cup included defender Paolo Maldini and forwards Gianfranco Zola and Roberto Mancini.

Under manager Arrigo Sacchi, Italy played a possession-based, attacking style of soccer. The team was known for their technical ability and their ability to score goals from a variety of different sources.

Overall, the 1994 World Cup was a memorable and successful one for the Italian national team. The team's run to the final was seen as a major achievement, and their performances throughout the tournament demonstrated their place among the top teams in the world. Despite their loss in the final, the team's success at the World Cup is still celebrated in Italy to this day.

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