Less than 24 hours have passed since
The Azzurri beat England on spot-kicks after a goalless draw in
Prandelli has now turned his attention to the showdown against
"We have only celebrated for 10 minutes," Prandelli said. "We have turned the page and our focus is already on
"The Germans alongside
"I'm not the first to discover how good they (the Germans) are, they are playing very well."
"We cannot forget that we have only overcome the quarter-final stage," Buffon said. "I cannot start jumping for joy after taking a spot in the semi-finals.
"I will only do that when we win something as a team.
"Those of us that have won something important want to repeat that and achieve it also for those that haven't won a trophy yet."
Italy faces a major test in the last four as
"They are probably favourites," Buffon said. "But we have the character to face anyone.
"No-one goes into a game wanting to finish second."
Buffon, a member of
"We deserved the win considering what we did throughout the game," the Juventus goalkeeper said. "We were better than them, we created so many goalscoring chances.
"We were even physically stronger than they were and we showed that until the last second of extra-time.
"We have to continue on this path."
Prandelli has some injury concerns heading into the encounter against
"I hope to recover in time for the semi-final," De Rossi said. "The sciatic nerve is causing me pain and right now I am not optimistic."
To complicate matters for Prandelli, left-back
England's nine-match winning streak was brought to a controversial end as