The Spanish under-21 team maintains its imperial path in the qualifying phase for the European Championship after beating Hungary this Friday (2-0). The Nuevo Colombino de Huelva was the scene of a neat task by the national team, which resolved the match with goals from Carlos Martín and Pablo Torre. Santi Denia’s team thus adds its fourth victory in as many days.
The U-21 team returned to Huelva three decades later, a match played by the coach, Santi Denia, when he was wearing short. The enthusiastic audience did not stop cheering for a moment. And the first minutes were very calm, where only a timid shot from Kovács passed close to Cuñat’s goal, who also deflected a distant free kick that became poisonous. Hungary would no longer disturb his goal.
But the control of the party was Spain, with Fermín, this time before his people, as the greatest intimidating threat. The only thing left was to make chances, until after half an hour the scoring opened. Álvaro, on the left wing, left behind him and crossed low into the area. There was Diego López, who with a subtle touch extended into the area where forwards like Carlos Martín do not forgive. With that income, the national team went to the locker room.
After the hour mark, Santi Denia moved the bench with a triple substitution. And two of the three who entered would star in the second goal. Samu Omorodion performed a feint with his body that left his marker petrified. His shot was cleared by Hagyi, but the ball would fall at the feet of Pablo Torre, who shot to score the second on the scoreboard and in his personal locker during this phase.
The clock was ticking and Spain continued to live in the rival area, but Hagyi took a shot from Turrientes and Assane Diao could not find an addressee for the pass after a gallop in which he ran across the entire field with the leather on his feet. Even Omorodion left a mischief after a backheel by Gabri Veiga that could have become the third before the final whistle.
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