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The match ends with a great Argentine effort that in the end did not find the second goal to qualify to the quarterfinals, Spain advances as leader of Group C with 5 points.
Yellow card for Mosevich for a foul near the Argentinean area.
87′ GOAL OF ARGENTINA
Beimonte found the cross in the box after a good corner kick and finished with a powerful header to send the ball into the back of the net.
Argentina are not giving up!
Yellow card for Gil for holding Bravo when he was running down the right flank.The Spaniard would miss the next match due to accumulation of cards.
Yellow card for Claudio Bravo for a foul in midfield that caught the Spanish player with his back turned.
Great goal by Spain
This play is worth repeating again and again, great center, extraordinary crossing and precise definition.
Ledesma made a great save from a powerful shot by Marco Asensio who hit it with his first intention.
66′ GOAL OF SPAIN
Merino appeared in the box to finish in front of goal after a spectacular play by Spain, where Olmo received a cross from side to side and without losing his composure found his teammate who came in with an extraordinary first-time pass.
Ismael Payero receives a yellow card as a result of the desperation.
Oyarzabal is left in the area and shoots with the first intention but Ledesma’s save is the best, which does not allow the scoreboard to open tonight. 8:16 AM
Vera took a hurried shot outside the area that ended up without difficulty in the hands of Unai Simón.
Oyarzabal entered the box with the ball under control and struck a powerful left-footed shot but it went over.
Spain starts to find some space!
The second half begins at the Saitama 2002 Stadium.
The first half ends with no goals on the scoreboard, with a little dominance of the Spanish team that is not yet reflected.
Dani Olmo takes a powerful free kick but the ball goes over Ledesma’s goal.
Lineup of Argentina
Argentina will look to advance to the quarterfinals with these 11 players on the field:
1. J. LEDESMA; 3. C. BRAVO, 14. F. MEDINA, 2. N. PEREZ, 13. M. HERRERA, 5. F. VERA, 17. T. BELMONTE, 7. A. URZI, 10. A. MAC ALLISTER, 11. E. BARCO and 9. A. GAICH
Great play by Cucurella who reaches the back line to send the ball into the area and when Oyarzabal shot the ball high over the goal.
Oyarzabal is left alone in the area but when he tries to pump it, he sends it over the top of the goal.
In the end it all ends in offside.
Lineup of Spain
These are the players with whom Spain went out to play their qualification against Argentina:
UNAI SIMÓN; 3. CUCURELLA, 4. PAU TORRES, 12. ERIC GARCÍA, 18. ÓSCAR GIL, 16. PEDRI, 6. MARTÍN ZUBIMENDI, 8. MIKEL MERINO, 19. DANIEL OLMO, 11. MIKEL OYARZABAL and 7. ASENSIO.
Gaich’s header is headed into the goalkeeper’s hands.
Argentina’s free-kick is taken by Merino but goes just over the top of the goal.
How and where to watch Spain vs Argentina
The match will be broadcasted on CBS Sports for USA.
Argentina’s last lineup
This is how Argentina lined up last time, when they defeated Egypt by a final score of 1-0:
1. J. LEDESMA;
3. C. BRAVO,
14. F. MEDINA,
2. N. PÉREZ,
4. H. DE LA FUENTE,
10. A. MAC ALLISTER,
5. F. VERA,
16. M. PAYERO,
11. E. BARCO,
9. A. GAICH
and 15. P. DE LA VEGA.
Spain’s latest lineup
These were the eleven that Luis de la Fuente sent to face the match corresponding to match day two:
1. UNAI SIMÓN;
4. PAU TORRES,
12. ERIC GARCÍA,
18. ÓSCAR GIL,
6. MARTÍN ZUBIMENDI,
14. CARLOS SOLER,
17. JAVI PUADO,
11. MIKEL OYARZABAL