Spain: Pacheco; Carvajal, Jordi Amat,
Saúl Ñíguez, Bernat; Rubén Pardo, Sergi Roberto;
Sarabia (Jesé 74'), Oliver Torres, Muniain (Deulofeu 66'); Morata (Suso
Bosnia: Jajalo; Barisic, Kovacevic, Jakupovic, Bevab; Subic (Duljevic 70'), Grahovac; Maletic (Bekic 60'), Cajic, Krunic (Kvesic 82'); Mesanovic. 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 13. Grahovac. Picked up ball outside area and curled shot over Pacheco.
1-1. 28. Sergi Roberto. Headed ball in to net after keeper saved Pardo free kick.
2-1. 50. Saúl Ñíguez. Got above defence to head Sarabia corner inside near post.
3-1. 69. Morata. Steered shot past Jajalo after Roberto crossed in on breakaway.
3-2. 86. Kvesic. Connected with Cajic cross to fire low shot across keeper.
Spain's under 21 side made it three wins out of three after beating Bosnia 3-2 on Thursday evening. It was not an easy victory though, the East Europeans going ahead early on when Grahovac caught out Pacheco with a long shot. Morata had a goal disallowed for what the referee considered to be a previous foul, but soon after wards Jajalo could only push out a Rubén Pardo free kick, and Sergi Roberto headed in the rebound to level the scores. Sarabia came close to adding a second a couple of times before the break, and five minutes after the restart Saúl Ñíguez got on the end of the Getafe midfielder's corner to head past the visiting keeper. Pacheco had to pull off top class saves from Mesanovic and Bekic though after that, and although Morata scored a third for Spain on a quick breakaway, substitute Kvesic narrowed the gap once again near the end.