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Spain 2-0 Czech Republic

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It’s a comfortable win for Spain over the Czech Republic. Spain enjoyed a 76 per cent share of possession in this game and controlled it for the majority.

Nevertheless, the visitors were the closest to opening the deadlock early on when Kuchta and Cerny both went close.

But eventually, Spain’s control paid off: Asensio found Soler inside the box and the midfielder finished calmly.

The hosts dominated the second half as the Czech Republic began to tire, and they sealed the game with 15 minutes to go.

Torres sent in a low cross, with Sarabia applying a simple finish at the back post, to ensure Spain would take a 2-0 win.

Starting lineup:

SPAIN (4-3-3): Unai Simon; Dani Carvajal, Eric Garcia, Inigo Martinez, Marcos Alonso; Carlos Soler, Rodrigo, Koke; Marco Asensio, Alvaro Morata, Dani Olmo.

SUBS: Gavi, Marcos Llorente, Ansu Fati, Robert Sanchez, Ferran Torres, Jordi Alba, Cesar Azpilicueta, David Raya, Pablo Sarabia, Pau Torres, Diego Llorente, Sergio Busquets.

CZECH REPUBLIC (3-4-2-1): Ales Mandous; David Zima, Jakub Brabec, Vaclav Jemelka; Vladimir Coufal, Michal Sadilek, Tomas Soucek, Jaroslav Zeleny; Jakub Pesek, Vaclav Cerny; Jan Kuchta.

SUBS: Alex Kral, Adam Vlkanova, Ondrej Lingr, Jindrich Stanek, Adam Hlozek, Tomas Vaclik, Ondrej Kudela, Ales Mateju, Stanislav Tecl, Milan Havel, Vaclav Jurecka, Lukas Kalvach.


GOALLL! SOLER! 1-0. Spain take the lead. Rodrigo sends a long ball into the channel and Asensio holds off Zeleny to get to the byline. However, The attacker rolls it across the face of goal and Soler arrives to fire in at the near post from close range!

And Sarabia doubles Spain’s lead! 2-0. Gavi finds Olmo on the edge of the box and the attacker unleashes Torres with a clever flick. Torres drills it across the face of goal and Sarabia’s there at the back post to tap it into an empty net!

So, what’s next?

Meanwhile, Portugal suffered a surprising 1-0 defeat to Switzerland tonight.

As a result, Spain go top of the group, while the Czech Republic remain in third.

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Abdul Aziz Shaikh
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