Spain Vs Iceland: La Furia Roja Party 5-0

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Spain appeared dominant and partyed 5-0 over Iceland in a friendly match. Alvaro Morata-Pablo Sarabia each scored two goals, plus one from Yeremi Pino.
The Spain vs Iceland match will take place at the Estadio Abanca Riazor, Wednesday (30/3/2022) early morning WIB. The hosts dominated from the start and got a chance through Alvaro Morata in the third minute, but failed.

Another chance from Morata in the 25th minute was successfully completed, but was canceled by the referee. He was first in an offside position.

GOAL! Spanish pressure paid off in the 36th minute. Morata received a pass from Hugo Guillamon, after a trick from Carlos Soler. Morata calmly beat Runar Alex Runarsson with a shot into the bottom left corner of the goal.

Penalty! Just two minutes later from the first goal, Spain got a penalty after Dani Olmo was fouled by Birkir Bjarnason. Morata stepped up as the executor and directed the ball into the bottom right corner of the goal, outwitting the goalkeeper. The first half is over.

Just a minute into the second half, Spain had increased their advantage. Yeremi Pino heads Jordi Alba’s pass into the net, after winning the duel with Daniel Gretarsson.

GOAL! Spain led 3-0 in the 61st minute. Marcos Alonso stabbed down the left and sent in a cross which was found by Pablo Sarabia. Both of them only two minutes into the field as a substitute.

Spain led 5-0 in the 72nd minute. Again, from Alonso’s action on the left, which was followed by a cross for Sarabia to score.

Until the game was over, no more goals were created. Spain won 5-0.

Lineup:

Spain : Unai Simon; Jordi Alba (Marcos Alonso 59′), Aymeric Laporte, Cesar Azpilicueta (Pedri 81′), Hugo Guillamon; Marcos Llorente, Koke, Carlos Soler (Gavi 69′); Alvaro Morata (Ferran Torres 59′), Yeremi Pino, Dani Olmo (Pablo Sarabia 59′)

Iceland : Runar Alex Runarsson; Alfons Sampsted, Brynjar Ingi Bjarnason, Daniel Gretarsson, Hordur Magnusson; Stefan Teitur Thordarson (Arnor Sigurdsson 59′), Birkir Bjarnason, Thrandarson (Gunnlaugsson 59′); Thorir Johann Helgason, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson (Svein Gudjohnsen 68′), Jon Dagur Thorsteinsson (Gudmundsson 69′)