Due to his ambitious nature and because his own style of play always leads him to fight for victory, Spain U21 will try to defeat Czech Republic this Tuesday (9:00 p.m.) in the third and last day of the group stage of the European of the category that is being disputed in Slovenia and Hungary, but with the tie it would be enough to seal his classification to the quarterfinals.
The set led by Luis de la Fuente He wants to get rid of the bittersweet flavor that the 0-0 against Italy left on his palate, winning and convincing in the match against the Czech team, who cannot speculate and must go for the victory if he wants to qualify. In the other party of the group they face Italy and Slovenia, with the ‘azzurra’ being the favorite for a victory that, if successful, would ensure the classification and force Czech Republic to win so as not to be knocked out of the tournament.
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On match day, the decision of UEFA regarding the appeal presented by Spain for the unjust expulsion he suffered Mingueza against Italy, when a rival feigned an aggression that did not exist as the images captured by the cameras showed. “I want to be optimistic because it is a great moment to do justice and teach young footballers a lesson to show that cheating is not valid in football,” said the coach, confident that he could count on the Barcelona defender tonight.
As for the rest of the ‘eleven’, Brahim Diaz, who did not play against ItalyHe did not exercise this Monday, so everything indicates that he will not be this time either. Zubimendi, which was doubt, yes it arrives on time.
Is Spain U21 He has accumulated seven consecutive games without conceding goals, and that solidity is what makes him trust his chances. However, it happens that in their last eight games they have reached the break with 0-0. It may be time to be patient, but with the firm goal of making it to the playoffs, to be held next June.
Spain: Álvaro Fernández; Gonzalo Ávila ‘Pipa’, Guillamón, Cuenca, Miranda; Zubimendi, Gonzalo Villar; Javi Puado, Manu García, Cucurella; Dani Gomez.
Czech Republic: Jedlicka; Holik, Vitik, Chlaus, Krejc, Sulc; Sadilek, Bucha, Karabec; Lingr and Sasinka.
Referee: Giorgi Kruashvili (GEO)
Stadium: Z’dezele Stadium in Celje (Slovenia).