Spain U21 vs Croatia U21: Highlights, Live Score

24 Jun 2023-6:45 pm
Half Time: 1-0
Spain U21
1
Croatia U21
0
Full Time
1st Half
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45'
2nd Half
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90'
7.2
1
Arnau Tenas
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6.9
3
Juan Miranda
7.3
5
Jon Pacheco
7
14
Aitor Paredes
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7
2
Víctor Gómez
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7.2
16
Álex Baena
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7.2
6
Antonio Blanco
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7.2
17
Sergio Gómez
6.9
8
Oihan Sancet
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8.2
10
Rodri
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7.5
9
Abel Ruiz
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6.6
1
D. Kotarski
6.3
7
M. Šego
6.6
16
K. Krizmanić
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7.7
15
M. Perković
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6.9
6
B. Franjić
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6.9
2
N. Sigur
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7.2
10
M. Baturina
6.9
8
J. Pršir
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6.3
19
M. Bulat
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6.5
20
D. Beljo
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6.6
13
M. Frigan
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Line Ups
Spain U21
6.9
90'
7.2
73'
7.2
10
m
90'
8.2
62'
6.9
7.2
1'74'
7.5
Coach
Croatia U21
6.6
6.9
80'
6.9
7.7
73'
6.6
34'46'
6.3
19
m
6.3
73'
6.9
7.2
13
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13'
6.6
20
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46'
6.5
Substitutes
46'60'
6
46'
6.3
73'
6.6
73'
6.9
80'
6.9
21
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22
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Match Statistics
Spain U21
Croatia U21
Off Target 12
On Target 4
On Target 3
Off Target 4
0 Yellow Cards 3
6 Corners 6
15 Fouls 16
1 Offsides 0
56 Ball Possession 44
16 Shots 7
4 Shots on Goal 3
1 Goals 0
6 Shots off Goal 3
6 Blocked Shots 1
13 Shots insidebox 5
3 Shots outsidebox 2
3 Goalkeeper Saves 3
560 Total passes 443
508 Passes accurate 391

The match between Spain U21 and Croatia U21 ended with a 1-0 victory for Spain. The only goal of the match was scored by Abel Ruiz in the 1st minute, assisted by Sergio Gómez. Ruiz’s right-footed shot from the centre of the box found the bottom left corner of the net, giving Spain an early lead that they managed to maintain throughout the game.

Spain made several substitutions during the match. In the 62nd minute, Gabri Veiga replaced Oihan Sancet. Later, in the 73rd minute, Aimar Oroz came on for Abel Ruiz, and Sergio Camello replaced Álex Baena. In the 90’+1′ minute, Ander Barrenetxea replaced Rodri, and Mario Gila replaced Antonio Blanco.

Croatia also made several substitutions. In the 45th minute, Luka Stojkovic replaced Michele Sego, and Lukas Kacavenda replaced Dion Beljo. Later, in the 73rd minute, Ante Palaversa replaced Jurica Prsir, and David Colina replaced Kresimir Krizmanic. In the 80th minute, Niko Galesic replaced Bartol Franjic.

The match saw several attempts from both sides, with Spain’s Juan Miranda hitting the left post with a left-footed shot from the left side of the box in the 72nd minute. Croatia’s Matija Frigan also had a couple of attempts, but his shots were saved or missed the target.

The win for Spain U21 means they continue their journey in the UEFA EURO U21 Championship, maintaining their strong performance.

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