Referees: Rego Lamela (POR) and Pascal Hanras (FRA)
The Spanish national team, led by the Azulgrana Marc Gual, managed to win its third match in the European Championship by a devastating 21-1 margin. At the break, Spain already had a 9-1 lead. In the second half, the Spanish national team upped the tempo in an attempt to solidify their overall goal-average and secure the top spot of the group.
The flow of goals was constant throughout the match. Despite Spain’s dominance, however, England were able to do what neither Germany nor Italy could, score a goal against Spain. England looked good after their goal, but they went to the break with a 9-1 on the scoreboard. At the start of the second half, Spain sent out its reserve players, like Enric Torner and Toni Pérez. The Azulgrana Marc Gual played from the start, just as he did in Spain’s first two matches, and he scored two goals.
Five Azulgranas in the U20 EURO
Quim Paüls, Spain’s U20 national manager, unveiled the list of players that will represent the country in the European Championship, which is scheduled to take place on October 29 through November 3.
The champions of the World Cup will fight to win back the EURO title lost to Portugal in the 2010 EURO in Viareggio.
Players names to the U20 team:
Gerard Camps - CE Vendrell Guillem Fox - FC Barcelona Pau Bargalló - CE Noia Àlex Rodríguez - CP Voltregà Roger Preses - Shum Maçanet David Martínez - FC Barcelona Pol Galbas - FC Barcelona Marc Julià - FC Barcelona Xavi Aldrich - FC Barcelona David Torres - CP Cerceda