Compete in Herning Stadium, Monday, June 13, 2011, pm dawn, Spanish U21 striker tried to take the initiative in advance with its flagship characteristic, namely control of the ball.
Britain's first threat on goal was a direct goal to fruition. Header captain Javi Martinez in front of the goal mouth Frankie Fielding Ander Herrera disosor signed by free-standing. However, in the replay, Ander hand was on the ball before the creation of goals.
Spain jerked quick goals, the "Young Lion" England tried to retaliate. Two immediate opportunities created by Daniel Sturridge. But unfortunately, the sticker's Chelsea failed to make the position a draw before halftime.
In the second half, Spain back in full control of the ball. However, the community bond survival strategy broken English makes Spanish attacks before surging into the penalty box.
Preoccupation attacks made Spain forget survive. British Agent SBOBET finally managed to make balancing goal, two minutes before dispersal.
Kyle Walker individual action from the right side of the Spanish rearguard troublesome. Walker then send a short feedback that can be accepted by Danny Welbeck perfectly free-standing. Welbeck was easily menceploskan ball to David De Gea netting from close range.
Interestingly, just as Spain scored that smells controversial. Welbeck position when receiving feedback Walker was in an offside position. The referee ignored, the final result was 1-1 for both teams ending.
With these results, Spain and United Kingdom ranked second and third Group B. While the peak position achieved by Rep. Czech's victory over Ukraine 2-1. (See: Klasmen While the Group B Euro U21 2011)
Two goals for Ukraine hired by Borek Dockal early in the second half. Meanwhile, a few moments before the game was over, Ukraine scored the consolation through Maxym Biliy.
Video results Spain U21 vs England U21 can be seen in the Soccer video.
The composition of players Spain U21 vs England U21:
Spain U21: 13-David de Gea, 3-Álvaro Dominguez, 4-Javi Martínez, 6-Jeffren (9-Bojan Krkic 80 '), 7-Adrian (8-Daniel Parejo 72'), 10-Juan Mata, 12 - Martin Montoya, 17-Didac Vila Rosello, 18-Ander Herrera (11-Diego Capel 86 '), 19-Thiago Alcantara, 20-Alberto Botia.
England U21: 1-Frank Fielding, 2-Michael Mancienne (18-Henri Lansbury 67 '), 3-Ryan Bertrand, 5-Chris Smalling, 6-Phil Jones, 8-Jordan Henderson, 9-Daniel Welbeck, 10-Daniel Sturridge , 14-Kyle Walker, 17-Thomas Cleverley (11-Scott Sinclair 81 '), 20-Danny Rose (19-Jack Rodwell 67').