This victory once defeated failure to win over England U21 in the first Group B match some time ago. Yet when it was Spain U21 been in front before equated before the fight was over.
Not wanting to repeat the same mistakes, Spain U21 direct hit since the beginning of the game apply. Luis Milla squad was not offered an opportunity for the Republic Ceska U21 to develop the game.
In fact, the game ball, which was exhibited slick possessions Spain U21 finally paid off in the 27th minute. Utilizing breakthrough bait mature from Juan Mata, Adrian Lopez with jelly to outwit the opponent before scoring his first goal in this match.
After the first goal, the Spanish U21 slightly loosen Agent Best Ball knocked power. It utilized the Republic Ceska U21 try to slowly begin to develop the game. However, until the halftime score of 1-0 remained unchanged.
As with the first half, after the break Spain U21 immediately kicked. Just two minutes after the referee blew the whistle the second half began, Spain's second goal was present.
The main actors are still the same as the first goal, and Adrian's eyes. Through the Eyes brilliant assists, Adrian was able to furnish the party with La Furia Roja Bandar Betting his second goal in this match.
Ceska Republic U21 itself began to lose motivation after two goals behind. In fact, instead of scoring goals, Czech Rep players tend to start playing hard. As a result young striker from Lazio, Libor Kozak, should be rewarded a yellow card due to an elbow Javi Martinez.
Spain U21 itself began to relax and begin to loosen the pressure. Milla tried to do some changes. Including replacing Adrian and Iker Muniain with Dani Parejo and Diego Capel.
Spain U21 was able to maintain the Online Gambling Agencies 2-0 advantage until the fight was over. They now lead Group B with a value of 4 from two matches. While the Republic Ceska U21 dropped to second with three points.
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Line Up Czech Republic U21 vs Spain U21:
Czech Republic U21: 1-Tomáš Vaclík, 2-Jan Lecjaks, 4-Ondrej Mazuch, 5-Ondrej Čelůstka, 6-Lukas Vacha, 8-Borek Dočkal, 10-Jan Morávek (Václav Kadlec 14-63 '), 11 - Tomáš Pekhart (9-Libor Kozak 46 '), 13-Marcel Gecov, 17-Marek Suchý, 22-Adam Hloušek (15-Milan Cerny 77').
Spain U21: 13-David de Gea , 3-Álvaro Domínguez, 4-Javi Martínez, Adrián 7-(8-Daniel Parejo 74 '), 10-Juan Mata (14-Emilio Nsue 89'), 12-Martín Montoya, 17-Didac Vila Rosello, 18-Ander Herrera, 19 - Thiago Alcántara, 20-Alberto Botia Botia, 22-Iker Muniain (11-Diego Capel).