Spain: De Gea; Hugo Mallo, Marc Bartra,
Iñigo Martínez, Planas; Oriol Romeu (Sergi Roberto 87'),
Illarramendi; Isco (Juan Carlos 74'), Canales, Muniain; Rodrigo (Alvaro
Vázquez 82'). 4-2-3-1.
Georgia: Makaridze; Apakidze, Kakubava, Ioseleni, Kverkvelia; Okriashvili (Dzalamidze 88'), Kvekveskiri, Tarkhnisvili, Shelikiladze; Qazaishvili (Chanturia 72'), Mchedlidze (Kobalia 84'). 4-4-2.
1-0. 16. Canales (penalty). After Tarkhnisvili pushed down Muniain inside area.
2-0. 51. Canales. Fired angled shot in to far corner of net after Rodri laid ball back.
Spain's new under 21 side made it two wins out of two after they beat Georgia 2-0 in Logroño on Monday night. After beating the East Europeans 2-7 in their opening match a few days ago, Luis Milla's side were hoping for another big score. But this time Georgia had learnt their lesson, and a well disciplined defence limited the youngsters to just two goals on their home soil. The first came early on, Muniain winning a penalty on the quarter hour mark which Canales converted. Keeper Makaridze saved from Canales and Illarramendi after that though, and it was not until ten minutes from the end that Canales was able to beat the keeper for the second time with a long shot.