Compete at the Aarhus Stadium, Sunday, June 26, 2011, pm dawn, Spain was able to master the game from the start. However, the tight defense that is built Swiss made Spain is often difficult to unpack. In fact, Switzerland itself capable of several times threatened Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea is escorted through the fast attacks led Xerdan Shaqiri cs.
Obtained by Shaqiri best chance at minute 23 and 30. Unfortunately, even though both his shot met the target, Shaqiri has not been able to score because it looks slick De Gea under rule La Rojita.
Even so, the Spanish finally managed to break the deadlock first in the 41st minute. Bait Didac Villa's header struck the left side of Ander Herrera. Yan Sommer who had already developed could only stare at the ball into the net.
Left behind one goal at half pertamamembuat Switzerland is actively attacking after the break. Et al Shaqiri game became more varied and some times are able to spread threats, especially through the set-piece ball dead.
Unfortunately, poor resolution makes the goalkeeper De Gea Switzerland remained a virgin. In fact, so too busy attacking, Switzerland was negligent. In the 81st minute, Thiago Alcantara able to steal the opportunity from a free kick to back menalukkan Sommer who already wrong position.
The goal was to make Spain the upper hand. The remaining less than ten minutes making it difficult to keep pace Switzerland. As a result, until the fight was over Spain successfully defended a 2-0 lead at once entitled to the Euro U-21 trophy.
For young Matador team, this was their third title after 1986 and 1998. As for Switzerland, although they failed to keep the right to advance to the event's 2012 Olympics as one of four European representatives.
Video of the match Switzerland U21 v Spain U21 can be witnessed in the Soccer video.
The composition of the Swiss U21 vs Spain U21:
Spain U21: De Gea, Montoya, Botia, Dominguez, Didac, Javi Martinez, Mata, Thiago, Herrera (Diego Capel 88 '), Muniain (Parejo 86'), Adrian (Jeffren 82 ')
Switzerland U21: Sommer, Koch, Klose, Rossini, Berardi, Shaqiri, Xhaka (Kasami 67 '), Lustenberger, Frei, Emeghara, Mehmedi.