Euro 2020: Spain Held to Goalless Draw by Sweden

Euro 2020 Spain held to goalless draw by Sweden

Seville, June 15: Sweden held Spain to a goalless draw on Monday with the two groups agreeing to only one point in the continuous Euro 2020.

Dani Olmo created Sweden’s first genuine test, as his looked exertion from an exact Koke cross was saved by a magnificent response from Robin Olsen. Koke himself then, at that point twice went near his first worldwide objective, skewering askew on the two events, before Alvaro Morata hauled wide the most obvious opportunity with regards to the initial half.

Notwithstanding Spain’s strength, there were irregular dangers at the opposite end, especially when Marcos Llorente redirected an Alexander Isak shot onto a post and into goalkeeper Unai Simon’s arms.

As Luis Enrique (Spain’s chief) presented assaulting fortifications looking for a flash before the last minutes of the play, Janne Andersson’s men clung on to stay away from any late dramatization and offer the ruin.

In the match, Pedri turned into Spain’s most youthful ever Euro appearance-creator. Sweden will next lock horns with Slovakia while Spain will confront Poland on Saturday.

Prior, Patrik Schick scored support as the Czech Republic crushed Scotland 2-0 in the Group D Euro 2020 experience.

The Czech Republic acquired full three focuses from the match against Scotland and they will next lock horns against Croatia on June 18 while Scotland will take on England around the same time.