Sport Furia Roja in the Torrausch: Spain defeats the Slovakia clearly and stands in the second round
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Luis Enrique's preparations for Euro 2020 have been blighted by Covid-19 with an Under-21 side having to play a friendly against Lithuania in place of the senior side on Tuesday night.Luis Enrique's preparations for Euro 2020 have been blighted by Covid-19 with an Under-21 side having to play a friendly against Lithuania in place of the senior squad on Tuesday night.
You can: After two draws and just a goal Spain swovakia swelled in the last group game with 5: 0 from the square. However, two owners of the Slovak helped.
A curious own goal opens the Spanish Tor Route
The Slovak National Trainer Stefan Tarkovic changed his first eleven compared to the 0: 1 against Sweden on two positions: Koscelnik and Hrosovsky had to sit on the bench. Haraslin and Hromada began for them.
Spain coach Luis Enrique rotated more frequently: After 1: 1 against Poland, Pau, Llorente, Dani Olmo and Rodrigo were replaced in the starting formation of Garcia, Azpilicueta, Sarabia and Captain Busquets, who was on board after surviving Corona infection .
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The golden years of the Spanish national team are already a bit back. On Monday, the Furia Roja offers the next chance to start a new era. Sweden is waiting for the EM prelude. © Imago Images He did not look at the cards before the European Championship start: Spain's national coach Luis Enrique. Spaniards start on Monday against Sweden The "negative" news had exceptionally positive in recent days.
For both teams, the last matchday was not less than the move to the second round. More pressure was on the Spaniards, which had a point less than the Slovaks before the game.
Enriques team started purposefully and tried in the initial phase above all over the left wing and Gerard to broadcast danger (5th, 6.). Torwart Dubravka had already had a lot to do, but was always on the post.
Dubravka holds the penalty and then becomes a Pechbird
a little later then the biggest challenge on the Slovak Keeper came to: after referee Kuipers (Netherlands) a duel between Hromada and Koke in the penalty area of Slovaks once again viewed on the monitor He decided on penalty for Spain. Dubravka, however, was not overcome from the point and parished the penalty of Morata (12th).
Forsberg shoots Sweden from eleven meters to the first victory
Sweden has earned his first victory at the EM. On Friday afternoon, the Scandinavians won 1-0 against Slovakia - because a former Dortmunder spoke in the second half. © Getty Images The 1: 0 for Sweden: Emil Forsberg overcomes Slovakia Torkeeper Martin Dubravka by a penalty. After a first half of the first half, the game rides on Isak, Isak, always Isak. Just an hour it took to St.
The Spaniards had already shot a penalty against Poland in person of Gerard. Notwithstanding this unfortunate start, however, they made pressure against Slovakia and came again through flanks of Pedri (19th) and Azpilicueta (20th) dangerous for goal.
The Slovaks hardly put a foot in half of the Spaniards, but the latter did not reward himself for their dominant game as already in the entire tournament course. It was therefore symbolic that an own goal worried the lead for Spain. It was a curious! After a bad mistake of Satka, Sarabia shot the latte. The ball flew vertically upwards and then lowered the Slovak goal, where Dubravka wanted to steer the ball over the gate, but instead buggan him with his arm into the gate. A bitter own goal, which ultimately earned 1: 0 guidance of the Spaniards (30th).
The Slovaks trusted a little further forward in the consequence. Until the break, however, it remained with a single supposed opportunity by the Cologne Duda (36.), which was in line with. The Spaniards, on the other hand, placed again in the first half of the first half: Gerard claimed the ball on the baseline and put him in the fiffer of Slovaks, where Laporte raised and the ball headed against Dubravka's running direction in the right torque to 2: 0 (45. +3).
Analysis: Soccer-Incisive Isak stands out among workmanlike Swedes
Analysis: Soccer-Incisive Isak stands out among workmanlike SwedesAfter a rugged and determined goalless draw against Spain in Seville, the Swedes eked out a 1-0 win over Slovakia on Friday in St. Petersburg, with the 21-year-old Isak making the difference.
With a slightly more offensive alignment, the Slovaks started in the second passage. Chances hardly existed, but the game was at least a bit more balanced.
Spain defines - the next property falls
, however, Spain came to the first goal termination after the side change - and the sat. Sarabia was played by Jordi Alba in the penalty area and met in the long right corner (56.). 3: 0 - That was the preliminary decision.
The Spaniards showed them that they can combine both contributors to their critics: beautiful game and efficiency. The symbol of this was 4: 0 (67.): Sarabia came to a corner freely to the fall, which is transformed by Ferran Torres worth seeing. The fourth gate after 67 minutes - and the scorer had been replaced by trainer Enrique only in the minute before.
Over time, it became a debacle for Slovakia: a renewed own goal, the eighth at this em, a little later the 5: 0 (71.). This time, Kucka was the misfortune. As a result, Spain turned back a bit and nothing was not appreciated until the final whistle.
The Spanish team showed that they can shoot goals, but also got very little resistance from the Slovaks. The Slovaks are excreted, Spain moves into the round of the second as a second half behind Sweden and meets on Monday (6 pm) on Vice World Champion Croatia.
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Spain is after a 5: 3 after extension against Croatia in the quarterfinals of the EM. A late neck stroke put the Iberer away and finally put it again. © Getty Images The quarterfinal calls: The Spaniards cheered about a victory against Croatia. Big Battle of Croats is not rewarded Croatia's national coach Zlatko Dalic had to trade twice after 3: 1 against Scotland: Caleta-Car represented the locked loven, and Rebic began for Perisic (Covid-19).